Tablo TV Lets You Stream Content at Home and on the Go

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jan 29, 2015
References: gigaom & cepro
In a market that's brimming with products that help consumers cut the cord, Tablo TV from Nuvyyo sets itself apart by offering what it calls "the first broadcast TV system designed to combine the functionality of a DVR and the convenience and mobility of a tablet app."

With Tablo TV, a device that's specifically built for third-party integration, you're able to stream to any device inside or outside of your home. The DVR streams through Chromecast, AppleTV AirPlay and Roku, using the HDMI port that's built into the Tablo TV. The device has no internal storage and requires a hard drive with a USB connection. In terms of price, Tablo TV has three tiers for its programming payments: a $5 monthly fee, $50 annual fee or $150 for a lifetime subscription to its service.