The TiVo Premiere does so, so much right. It's the TiVo you know, reimagined for an information and media-hungry populace—one that's evolved since the original Series 1 hit eleven years ago. But some accountant dickhead castrated it.
Don't get me wrong. The TiVo Premiere, $300 on March 28th, is a great product in terms of getting the job done. But for what's essentially an entertainment machine, it doesn't seem to be having much fun.
(For background and a list of features on the TiVo Premiere, read our hands-on. For the purposes of our review, we're going to skim over some of that stuff.)