Boxee, the New York-based start-up that introduced the irregular-shaped Boxee Box for streaming Web video to TV sets, is betting with its new box that users are going to want to DVR a lot of basic TV - that's right, real TV.
The company's new device - simply called Boxee TV, not Boxee Box 2 - still works like the previous Boxee Box in that it connects to your Internet router at home and streams Web apps, like Pandora or Netflix, to your TV. It's still made by D-Link, Boxee's manufacturing
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