I'll buzz with speculation that they'll not have come up with anything worthwhile to demonstrate.tivolocity said:From what I can tell, TiVo seems to be strangely quiet at CES. Other boards are buzzing with speculation that it must mean there's going to be something big at Macworld.
Looks like you were correct. http://engadget.com/2006/01/05/tivo-cancels-press-preso-for-informal-product-demos/HogarthNH said:I'll buzz with speculation that they'll not have come up with anything worthwhile to demonstrate.
I'd love to be proven wrong.
Am I missing something? The Series 3 SA HD with dual tuners and supposedly will work with all cable systems and Tivo2Go, etc. seems like a good 'tomorrow' product to me. If this comes out this year, and it works with my cable as advertised, I will sign up for 5 years of Tivo service. My ONLY concern is I hope they can price the box at a point that they will sell the crap out of them.Brewer4 said:I have always loved Tivo from the start. My wife loves them. I have 2 HD Tivos and very happy with them. But it looks like its coming to an end. Oh sure, they willl come up with something but the past 12 months have been very sad indeed. HD and content to go is every where and it just appears that all the players are doing it without Tivo. I know Directv had some announcement but they key is, Tivo is no longer the main DVR player. That Comcast unit and cable card unit should have been available for CES. I have now officially come the conclusion that Tivo is done in my house. Not because they HAD great products, but there is nothing for tomorrow.