Simple.TV’s second-gen DVR streams to mobile apps, ships December 12th for $249 (hands-on)

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Simple.TV gave us a peek at its second-generation streaming DVR back in September, and today it’s committing to a US launch. The dual-tuner set-top should arrive stateside on December 12th, when it will sell for $250 in a basic kit with both recording and live streaming to local devices. Matching new software, also available for the first-gen device, delivers TV to native Android and iOS apps alongside previous support for browsers and Roku players.

Avid viewers can spring for a premium service that offers remote viewing, automatic recording and downloading either as an after-the-fact subscription ($60 per year, $160 lifetime) or bundled with the hardware ($300 per year, $400 lifetime).

Source: Simple.TV

Source: Engadget

Author: Daily Tech Whip

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