When I hooked Digeo's Moxi HD DVR up, I told my wife it's like TiVo, and she said, "Then why don't we just use TiVo?" After several weeks testing it, I have no good answer.
If you were tempted by the Moxi HD DVR but $800 was too much to pay up front, you can get it in 20 monthly payments of $40 at the end of the week, including the service.
Digeo today brings its Moxi HD DVR in range of TiVo with some capabilities it was sorely lacking in a big way, including DLNA 1.0 for home streaming, and PlayOn for grabbing major net video.
I have watched the Digeo Moxi DVR evolution since it came into the world seven years ago. It was vapor we loved to love, but now, it might actually be living-room ready. UPDATED
Digeo is rolling out two new HD DVRs that will be sold through regular electronic retailers instead of through cable providers. They'll be running the Moxi interface. Is anyone else over Moxi? They were the rage of CES past, and they never really seemed to have amounted to much.[Zatz Not Funny!]