Western Digital Releases MyDVR Expander For Dish Network DVRs

Western Digital already has eSATA MyDVR Expander models for Cisco/Scientific Atlanta DVRs and TiVo, and now they’ve released a USB model for Dish Network DVRs. The $149.99 500GB USB drive adds up to 60 hours of HD capacity or 300 hours of SD capacity to the Dish Network ViP Series HD DVR.

Picked up from The Gagdetress.

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  • Brian Purcell

    So why do you suppose it’s 50 bucks cheaper for a Dish expander than a TiVo expander? Or is this a sign that the TiVo expander price will also be going down?

  • http://www.gizmolovers.com/ MegaZone

    I don’t know, I don’t think USB is that much of a savings over eSATA. I do hope it indicates pricing on the eSATA version will come down.