If you want to give a gift that keeps on giving, consider gadgets that help to get rid of that expensive pay TV subscription. Check out our Cord Cutters gift guide below:
|Previously on Cord Cutters:|
|WD TV Live gets over-the-air tuner and DVR support|
|Testing Boxee TV: First impressions, screenshots and unboxing video|
|Simple.tv, the DVR for cord cutters, reviewed|
|Our review of Vizio’s Co-Star Google TV box|
|Our review of D-Link’s MovieNite, a budget Netflix streamer|
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Show notes for this episode:
- Roku is available starting at $50. Check out Roku’s website for more info, or take a look at our review of the current-generation Roku hardware.
- Apple TV costs $99. More info on Apple’s website, or check out our recent Apple TV coverage.
- Boxee TV is available for $98. Check out Boxee’s site for more info, and make sure to read our first impressions of the device.
- The Vizio CoStar costs $99. More info on Vizio’s website, or check out our video review of the device.
- The Mohu leaf costs $40. Here’s Mohu’s website, and don’t forget to activate your antenna once you bought it!
- One last tip: Our e-book Cut the Cord: All You Need to Know to Drop Cable is just $5. Give it as a gift, or buy it yourself if you want to get ready to save some money and have more fun watching TV next year. The book is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and iTunes.
What kind of cord cutting gear is on your wish list this year, and what kind of gifts are you getting your loved ones?Please share your thoughts in the comments, get in touch with us on Twitter (@cordcutters) or email us at cordcutters @ gigaom.com.