World Cup special: Best DVD recorders and PVRs

Capture the pain and the passion of this year's World Cup with a high-definition PVR

Kogan HD Digital Set-Top-Box with PVR (RRP: $89)



The Kogan HD Digital Set-Top-Box with PVR is a simple, cheap and trouble-free way to watch the World Cup. The ability to record digital television programs (with the help of a USB-connected external hard drive or flash drive) is fantastic given the $89 price-point. You can even watch high-definition digital television on a non-digital TV — SBS HD, for example. The inclusion of time-shifting is also a big plus: this means you can pause live games when nature calls and rewind winning goals or dodgy penalties.

Kogan is an Australian owned company, which means you’ll be supporting the Socceroos to the hilt -- Olé, Olé, Olé! Er, no. Hang on.

Read our full review of the Kogan HD Digital Set-Top-Box with PVR here.

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