The makers of Tablo, an over-the-air DVR with no subscription fees, unveiled on Monday their latest device.
The fourth-generation Tablo device lets customers watch, pause and record free TV programs from channels like ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX and PBS — in addition to livestreaming channels.
Customers pay a one-time cost for the device, which comes with more than 50 hours of onboard recording storage, two tuners and an optional TV antenna package. Once connected to the internet, the device delivers TV to any screen in the home.
The Tablo app works with Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV and most smart TVs and mobile devices. Apple TV, Samsung and Vizio are expected to be added later this year.
All generations of the Tablo app also receive free regular firmware and app updates.There are no contracts or additional fees.
The Tablo Total system, which includes an indoor TV antenna, is available for $109.95 at TabloTV.com.
Tablo was created by Nuvyyo Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of The E.W. Scripps Company. This story was originally published by Taylor Weiter at Scripps News Cincinnati.