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It just works. I had some trouble finding the working drivers for Linux. There are many repos around and I could finally make it work seamlessly with http://gitorious.org/rtl2832/rtl2832 (the chipset is RTL2832 as declared in the specs).
The little included antenna proved to be better than I expected, and I can receive all TVs with it (but I live in a very good zone for receaving TV).
Nothing particularly. The plastic casing isn't very good, but there no strong need for anything terrribly robust.
One of my preferred features is the antenna connector, which is compatible with the antennas most frequently found in Italy, where I live.
The Linux driver suggested above is able to dump the whole DVB-T stream (not only the channel you're watching), which is interesting if you want to record the whole tuned mux.
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