The CEO of Tablo DVRs Opens Up about Their New Products, 3.0 OTA, & More





This week we had the honor of having Grant Hall, the CEO of Nuvyyo, the company behind the popular Tablo line of OTA DVR to talk about OTA and DVRs.

Recently Nuvyyo has rolled out several new products including a cloud DVR and 5.1 surround sound and has announced new products like their Tablo Live Stick.

You can find our full interview on YouTube here:

About the Tablo DVRs

Coming in with a more manageable price tag and no shortage of features is the Tablo Dual. (Even more manageable if you are willing to ditch the internal hard drive with the Tablo Dual Lite for just $139.99.)

The major draw of this device is that it connects to your network, rather than a single TV. That means you’ll be able to use the Tablo service throughout your home and on a range of devices. Watch your recorded content on any devices connected to the network including phones, laptops, tablets, and TVs. You can also watch your recorded content when you’re away from home with the Tablo apps.

Did you know we now have a FREE app for iOS, Android, and Amazon Fire? Click HERE to download our app.

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