Win a YouView Humax DTR-T1010 PVR!

Worth £300, this 500GB recorder will change the way you watch TV!

The next generation of PVR is already here in the shape of Humax's DTR-T1010. Using the new subscription-free YouView platform, it mixes regular over-the-air HD programming with Catch-Up and On-Demand services, meaning you'll never miss your favourite shows.

Humax's new PVR features a sleek, silver chassis, oodles of connectivity (including Ethernet and HDMI) and an intuitive user interface that makes browsing channels, setting recordings to the 500GB HDD or using the integrated content search function a breeze. Pausing and rewinding of live TV is naturally supported, and there's also a backwards-compatible EPG, which links to BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4OD and 5 On Demand for easy access to Catch-Up streams. You can even stream additional content, including blockbuster movies, from Sky's Now TV pay-per-view service.

The DTR-T1010 is available from retailers including John Lewis, Currys Digital, Argos, Amazon, Richer Sounds and Euronics. Thanks to Humax, we have a 500GB DTR-T1010, worth £300, to give away. 
To be in with a chance just answer the question below.

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Which of the following is an actual film title?

A) Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer  

B) Fantastic 4: Attack of the Silver Surfer
C) Fantastic 4: Death of the Silver Surfer 

Email your answer to: 
[email protected] 
with 'Humax' as the subject heading. Please include your full name and address.

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1. Entrants must be over 18 years old and resident in the United Kingdom. 2. Employees of MyTimeMedia Ltd and companies supplying competition prizes are not eligible to enter. 3. No responsibility will be accepted for delayed, mislaid, lost or damaged entries. 4. Prizes will be awarded to the first correct entries drawn at random after the closing date. 5. No alternatives, cash or otherwise, will be offered to the winner as prizes. 6. The editor’s decision is final. 7. The closing date is May 9, 2013.