It’s probably not a coincidence that mere days before IFA 2019 in Berlin, some leaked photos of what is clearly TiVo’s next-gen DVR have emerged, courtesy of Zatz Not Funny. It’s called the TiVo Edge, and if the leaked photos are accurate, it will be a much more conventionally shaped set-top box than the company’s current generation of DVRs — the TiVo Bolt and Bolt OTA — which sport a controversial wave-like design. There will be three versions according to the leaked report: One for standard cable, one for CableCARD, and an OTA (over the air) model.
The six-tuner, 2TB DVR will preserve all of the Bolt’s features including 4K, Alexa compatibility, skip mode, and TiVO’s own voice-driven Vox remote options. What’s new is the Edge’s support for Dolby’s two major home theater technologies, Dolby Vision (Dolby’s proprietary
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There’s been no leaked info so far regarding the price or the availability of the new TiVo Edge, but we’ll update you as soon as we hear anything.
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