First announced at CES 2020, the UHD-enabled device is available with an initial pricing of US$49.99 (rising to US$69.99 following the launch promotion).
The company calls the device the “market’s first unifying streamer,” with the promise of integrating live television from Sling TV and content from video services such as Netflix, Prime Video and its own TiVo+ AVOD (the latter of which has just been enhanced with the addition of ViacomCBS’s Pluto TV) without the need to switch between apps.
Dave Shull, president and CEO of TiVo said: “At a time when viewers are streaming more than ever across a sea of platforms, TiVo Stream 4K integrates that content with recommendation and search features to make it easier to find, watch and enjoy the best news, entertainment and sports from today’s most popular services.
“After an incredibly positive reception from the media and the wider industry at CES, we are delivering on our promise to launch TiVo Stream 4K, which is symbolic of our company’s transformation from a well-loved DVR provider to a pioneer in the streaming market.”
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