This video is probably the longest one I have recorded so far for the YouTube channel (and hopefully I won’t record anything longer) but I managed to edit the video for the Optus MeTV preview. You’ll get a closer look at the device itself as well as how the initial setup works and some of the functions and features of the device in the context of using the service.
Again, the unit is are branded Yuxing YX-6936U with access to online offerings from FetchTV as well as containing digital tuners to record content to the 1TB internal hard drive (so you can pause and rewind live television as well as being able to fast forward through the ads if you have let it buffer for a while).
FYI – the video will be available in up to 720p (YouTube can take a little while to process the higher resolutions) if you right click on the video and choose “Watch on YouTube” and change the resolution setting.
My name is Boyd and I’m a Service Management Specialist with a knack for operational data gathering, transformation, analysis and reporting.
In 2012, I obtained my Masters of Science in Information Technology through the University of New South Wales @ The Australia Defence Force Academy (UNSW@ADFA).
I was also part of an online community known as the Panasonic Insider Crew in the capacity of “Insider Guru” for Panasonic Australia where I interacted with other tech enthusiasts and find out more about Panasonic's latest gadgets.
I love technology, gadgets, and the Internet and maintain a keen interest in these areas locally, nationally, and globally. I hope by sharing my views on these topics that people will receive an honest point of view from someone with a genuine interest in these topics.
I have also written and edited articles for Neowin - you can check out my articles over @ https://www.neowin.net/news/poster/boyd_chan
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