The six-inch in size TiVo Mini works in conjunction with TiVo Premiere 4 or TiVo Premiere XL4 models of DVR, using one of these boxes four tuners to let users control and access TiVo content from a different room.
Using the device, users can control and schedule their main TiVo box, watch shows and access to integrated apps, including YouTube, Hulu Plus, Pandora, and Spotify, with more apps planned. It also offers games like Quizzmaster, Black Jack and Wordsmith.
The TiVo Mini goes on sale in the US on Sunday priced at US$99.99 (€76.83), plus a one-year US$5.99 per-month subscription fee. Customers can opt to buy the device with no subscription and a ‘lifetime service’ commitment for US$249.98 (€192).
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