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It's here for $199:

http://www.elgato.com/index.php?file=products_eyetv250

Basically the same as the EyeTV 200, but smaller, runs off the USB bus, and features "Game Mode" which lets you "Connect game consoles to your Mac. The Game Mode feature operates with USB 2.0 and turns off hardware encoding for zero latency game play."

I'm using EyeTV 2 right now with a Plextor recording unit; it's nice stuff. They are working on iTunes integration so hopefully we'll be seeing recordings pop into Front Row automatically soon.
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sweeeeeeeeeeeeeettttt o wait. its still 200 bucks goddammit.
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sweeeeeeeeeeeeeettttt o wait. its still 200 bucks goddammit.
It's way cool though! My wife's iMac is hooked up to the Plextor unit for VHS to DVD conversion and occasional TV recording. It's really nice to be able to pause live TV and record live TV. Lots more fun than I thought. I'm hoping automatic iTunes integration comes soon...
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