TiVO unveils new streaming stick on CES that costs just $ 49.99
TiVo unveils new streaming stick on CES that costs just $ 49.99 and integrates with Sling TV in an effort to tackle Amazon and Apple
- TiVo showed a new streaming stick at CES to compete against Apple and Amazon
- It integrates with Sling TV and supports popular streaming apps such as Netflix
- Stream 4K costs just $ 49.99 and is available for purchase in April 2020
Exactly 21 years, TiVo debuted at CES as a pioneer in DVRS and now the company is back to the event with a new device for your television – a streaming stick.
The company unveiled its new Stream 4K on CES this week that is integrated with Sling TV and uses a modified version of Android TV to collect your streamed content.
The device has a price tag of $ 49.99, making TiVo a contender in the internet streaming war against Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV.
TiVo introduced a digital video recorder (DVR) for the first time in 1999 at CES.
This week, TiVo unveiled its new Stream 4K on CES that is integrated with Sling TV and uses a modified version of Android TV to collect your streamed content. The device has a price tag of $ 49.99
This allowed consumers to use an on-screen guide of scheduled shows to record their favorite shows and movies for later viewing.
Now the company has entered the modern world with a streaming stick that supports popular streaming Android apps such as Netflix, Hulu and YouTube.
But Stream 4K is launched with Sling TV as the main subscription.
“Flip the Kick app and juggle remotely from the bank,” TiVo shared on his website.
“The films, shows and sports you love, from Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, live TV and more, all in one user-friendly integrated experience.”
Consumers have access to TiVo Plus, the free streaming content network of TiV that was launched at the end of last year.
Consumers have access to TiVo Plus, the free streaming content network of TiV that was launched at the end of last year
The functions are comparable to ‘free streaming content network from TiVo’, with access to things like Complex, The Asylum, USA Today, Cheddar, Bon Appétit, GQ, Wired, Tastemade and Funny or Die.
The interface allows users to search for content directly and then display it in the relevant app, similar to how Apple TV and Fire TV work.
Stream 4K is a rectangular version of a Chromecast that connects directly to an HDMI port with support for Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision HDR. There is also a required Micro USB port for power supply and a smaller version of the classic TiVo peanut remote, included The edge.
The TiVo Stream 4K will go on sale in April and will cost $ 49.99 as an initial price point, but will eventually cost $ 69.99 the full price