Buy Eye TV Hybrid And Get A Free $15 ITunes Gift Card

Posted: Aug 11 2010, 11:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 8:52am CDT, in News | Back to School

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The Eye TV Hybrid is available at Elgato for around $135.00.

Now that back to school time is here, there are so many things you need to get. If you are on a tight budget like most of us are then when you go off to school why not use your laptop as your television. You can do that with the Eye TV Hybrid and now they are offering a free $15.00 iTunes Gift Card.

It is the world's smallest hybrid TV tuner stick. You can watch, pause, and record live television right on your Mac or PC. It receives unscrambled cable TV also with both digital and analog. It can also capture video in standard definition from analog sources with composite/S-video output, like a set-top box or VCR. It is compatible with Mac and PC and works great with Windows 7 Media Center. On a Mac the Eye TV allows you to edit recordings and automatically export to iTunes and synchronize with Apple devices. This is a great deal. You get the Eye TV Hybrid and a $15.00 gift card for iTunes. Do not pass this one up. Buy yours today.

The Eye TV Hybrid is available at Elgato for around $135.00.

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