Linux hackers get first dibs on next-gen DVR

Thursday, 21 September 2006, 2:15 AM EST

Neuros Technology is offering Linux hackers first dibs on beta units of its next-gen DVR (digital video recorder). The Linux-powered device can record MPEG-4 video from cable or broadcast TV, DVDs, etc., and transfer it to portable media players, or serve as a network music player.

The beta release of the new DVR, dubbed OSD ("Open Source Device"), gives early adopters the best price, along with a no-questions-asked return option, according to the company.

At Linux Devices.

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