Anyone who’s been thinking about ditching cable has probably asked themselves: How do I record free HD network programming so I can watch it on my time? The notion of a DVR that’s divorced from cable and satellite services is a relatively new one, but it’s been picking up steam thanks to legions of Internet-savvy TV watchers who know they can get their TV fix on their own terms. Enter the Tablo OTA DVR. It records anything you can pick up with an HD antenna, and streams it to tablets, computers, and TVs (via set-top box like Apple TV and Roku) so you can watch it when you want, where you want.
In his review on the Nuvyyo Tablo DVR, DT contributor, Ted Kritsonis, called the device: ” A slick device with a sweet interface even a tech novice can love.”
Nuvyyo Tablo DVR contest details:
- Starts: Sept. 12, 2014
- Ends: Thurs, Sept. 18 at 11:59 p.m. PT
- Version: The model you recieve will be a two-tuner version
- U.S. and Canada residents only: Sorry international fans
- Random: Winners are chosen at random
If you don’t win, stay tuned! We have more giveaways in the future.
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- Hulu’s live TV offering adds more DVR controls, 60 fps support on some channels
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