Tablo is a new DVR for cord cutters that comes without any HDMI port, but with the ability to stream live and recorded TV to mobile devices, Roku boxes and Chromecast sticks. Check out our review below:
|Previously on Cord Cutters:|
|How to make your Chromecast work in a hotel room|
|An in-depth first look at Amazon’s Fire TV|
|First look at the Mohu Channels, a connected TV tuner for cord cutters|
|A first look at Tablo, a DVR for cord cutters|
|The Xbox One as a media device|
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Show notes for this episode:
- Tablo’s two-tuner DVR costs $220, the four-tuner model is currently available for pre-order for $290. Find more information about the device on Tablo’s website.
- Tablo also offers a simple HTML5 web app that makes it possible to stream video to a computer in addition to the apps shown in this video.
- Check out our previous Tablo coverage.
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