"What the product does is
it has a hard drive in it first of all. So it's got a hard drive, it's got a pretty impressive microprocessor and it has two digital satellite receivers. So what that does is it allows you to do digital video recording so that you can watch a show whenever you want and it has over thirty hours of pure digital quality recording." You can digitally record two shows at the same time. That's something you can't do with the RePlay and Tivo digital video recorders on the market today. And with the built in WebTV
"You can surf the Web, you can go to related Web sites associated with programs, you can dash off a quick email in the picture-in-picture while you're watching another show. What we've found is in a TV loving household, they want to do TV first and foremost. If we can make it convenient for them to do Internet if they want
that's great." UltimateTV should hit the market this fall
for under five hundred dollars. Ultimate couch potatoes
sold separately. You can click on us at ThirdAge.com. Bootcamp, I'm Fred Fishkin for CBS News.