HDHomeRun PRIME Set to Go into Production This December, MSRP $249


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Congratulations to SiliconDust! The company is announcing that their HDHomeRun PRIME networked CableCARD tuner is in the final review stage to become CableLabs certified. The 3-tuner device for Windows 7 is expected to go into production in mid-December and will retail for $249. No firm date has been set for the public launch, but the company is already offering a way for interested parties to be receive immediate notifications for pre-order details and related updates via their product page. For the those unfamiliar, HDHomeRun PRIME allows Windows 7 users to share and add a virtual CableCARD TV tuner to their PC accessible via their local area network.

HDHomeRun® PRIME™

Quick status update…

We are at CableLabs® for the final review, with release to production in 2 weeks. Pre-order and release dates will be announced shortly following release to production.

On the availability side we are working with major retail partners to stock the HDHomeRun PRIME and accept pre-orders. The price has been confirmed at $249.

Black Friday – We have been working with the good people at Newegg for a great Black Friday deal on the original HDHomeRun-Dual ATSC/clear QAM tuner. The sale runs Friday November 26 continuing through to Cyber Monday.

CES – everything is in place for a great CES 2011 in Las Vegas January 6-9 – We will be on the floor in the South Hall 3, upper level, booth 31948.

Release to production is the key milestone for us and we have been working hard to make it happen. We will keep you posted.

Happy holidays,

Ted H – CEO
Silicondust USA, Inc.




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