Tablo wants to offer cord cutters a DVR that records free HD TV, and then streams it to iPads and other mobile devices. The device hasn’t launched yet, but co-founder Grant Hall stopped by our office to give us a first look.
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Show notes for this episode:
- Check out Tablo’s Indiegogo campaign for more information on the device.
- Here’s our previous coverage of Tablo.
- Tablo’s offering is similar to Simple.tv, another DVR for cord cutters. Check out our Simple.tv coverage here.
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