3 popular ways to stream content directly to your TV are: Apple TV, Roku, and the built-in streaming services that come standard on many of today’s web-enabled (smart) televisions and Blu-ray players. Options are good, except when they’re confusing. Each streaming method has its pros and cons and opinions vary on which content box is King. The truth is; they’re all great, really. Each has gone through a few refinements since their inception and they all provide a quality user experience worthy of a head-to-head comparison. The trickier part is deciding which is best for you.
Do you own a TiVo? Some people say that too many people sit and watch TV incessantly. TiVo users may do so too but, using these multichannel DVR and proprietary services, television viewing is available when you want it, at your convenience. TiVo is now coming out with a device that lets you stream programming from a TiVo DVR to another TV in your home. The new TiVo mini is a value extending device for TiVo owners that have more than one TV.
TiVo is the creator of digital video recorders (DVRs) that use proprietary TV programming services that provide a convenient alternate to normal television service providers. After over a decade of releasing TiVo DVR devices, the company is releasing TiVo Mini, an all-purpose companion device that allows TiVo users to access apps and affordably extend the viewing of live TV, recorded and streaming content, as well as on-demand programming, to rooms throughout their homes without purchasing an additional TiVo DVR.
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4K is an emerging video technology with a much higher resolution than 1080p HD. 4K has been used during advanced microsurgery for years, but is now becoming available to consumers. Now you can view new entertainment with images four times as sharp as current HDTV. Isn’t it time for you to think about 4K?