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This $28 box lets you keep your DVR after you’ve cut the cord

The pros of cutting the cord — saving lots and lots of money — obviously far outweigh the cons. If there’s one complaint we hear constantly from people though, it’s that they miss their DVRs. Most people at this point know that they can continue to watch live network TV in full HD by using an OTA antenna, but they no longer have access to on demand services once they cancel their cable subscriptions, so they can’t stream replays.
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