When TiVo announced its first quad tuner DVR, the Premiere Q , fans were shocked to learn that he would only be available via cable operators, and it presented a relatively small 500GB hard drive. Fortunately, the company has rectified both issues, announcing the TiVo Premiere Elite, a series quad tuner DVR 4 with 2 TB of onboard storage, which will be available through TiVo.com, Best Buy Magnolia stores and authorized installers home theater. There is no word yet on price or exact release date, as this is still pending a waiver from the FCC allows TiVo to sell the box without OTA or analog cable tuners, which makes cable Digital (or Verizon FiOS) that experience. It is also THX certified and most of the press release is devoted to focus on the nature of high-end TiVo hardware is loose. Also overlooked so far is a commercial edition of the Overview TiVo box multiroom extension, but we should get some time on their hands with this edition quad tuner soon at CEDIA 2011. For now, just check the press release, particularly after the break, and for our European readers Engadget Spanish you covered the launch of the first TiVo to Ono in Spain.
Update: The official TiVo.com / elite page is online, and reveals that the price of $ 499 service with $ 1,000 for a lifetime subscription.
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