Sling Media recently released two brand new Slingboxes, both of which are updates on the company's original seven-year-old concept: Watch your TV or DVR from anywhere in the world, on any computer or mobile device. The less expensive of the two, the Slingbox 350 ($179 direct), is the subject of this review. Think of it as an updated, less-expensive , which was released in 2008. It's great for watching cable TV channels and recorded content on the go, but there's not much new here, even years later.
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First, let's start with the hardware, which is obviously different. The Slingbox 350 is a small, rectangular plastic block, instead of the modern art-influenced cut lines of the 500. Still, diamond-shaped texturing gives it an interesting look. Two LED lights on the left indicate power and network status, while the Slingbox logo contains a U-shaped series of small LEDs that signal streaming activity.
*Slingplayer for PC/Mac desktop app currently supports Slingbox M1. Other Slingbox models will be supported later this year. Existing Slingbox customers should continue to use
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