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Network-Connected Tablo DVRs
On August 19, , Dan Lee stood on the steps of Meyer Library and pointed to a nearby patch of grass. The Korean television crew following him noted that there was nothing there, just a well-mowed lawn. Students on bikes zipped past, paying no attention to the cameras or the skinny, dark-haired year-old they were filming.
Tablo is a DVR for cord cutters who use an Over-the-Air antenna to watch free live, local TV.
Learn More. Find Yours! Get Started! For cord cutters who watch TV on multiple screens and devices, inside and outside the home. For cord cutters who watch TV at home, primarily on a single television screen. Tablo has announced their latest over-the-air DVR While the point of the new device is to appeal to those wanting a single all-in-one DVR solution, it does retain some of its networked capabilities, such as streaming to other devices like Fire TVs.
As the name suggests, the Tablo Quad can play or record up to four broadcast TV channels at a time, and it then streams the video to pretty much any connected TV device, phone, tablet, or PC. Both products are simpler to set up and use than most other whole-home DVRs, and the recent additions of ad skipping and a channel-surfing guide put them on equal footing feature-wise. Tablo remains the best all-around DVR for cord-cutters with antennas, with a slight edge to the newer Tablo Quad.