Dish Network has unveiled its latest high definition DVR system uniquely named Hopper and Joey. The HD DVR records up to six shows at once to its 2TB of internal storage. The Joey extender is easy to set-up: You mount it to the back of your TV and connect to the Hopper through coax rather than a network drop.
The RF remote resembles that of a standard dish, although this one works with Zigbee, a wireless technology for high level communication.
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