Both the Tablo Dual HDMI and the Tablo Quad are on sale, making it the perfect time to switch from cable or satellite to free, broadcast TV.
The increase was needed to cover rising costs of purchasing the data, a Nuvyyo representative said.
A new firmware update has been released to address a Daylight Saving Time-related glitch on Tablo devices.
Canadian television hardware maker Nuvyyo has released a new version of its Tablo DVR that features four tuners and plugs right into the back of a TV set.
The Tablo Dual HDMI plugs directly into the TV like a traditional DVR while allowing users the option to stream content on some Internet-connected devices.
The free trial is available to customers with an active program guide subscription unti the end of the month.
Nuvyyo grabbed $6 million in Series B funding. Now it’s eyeing a possible expansion into Mexico and Europe.
Tablo has refreshed its over-the-air streaming devices to include models with built-in hard drives.
The Tablo is a whole-home network DVR that unlocks the full potential of free, broadcast TV by freeing it from the confines of the television set.