Part set-top box, part free-to-air TV, part streaming device, Fetch TV has long billed itself as an all-in-one option for entertainment lovers. But now, the company is looking further with new products and better features to woo Australians.
IceTV, the online program guide and hardware supplier, has gone into voluntary administration leaving the fate of those customers still awaiting delivery of its Skippa PVR up in the air.
iiNet is getting its house into order under new owners TPG, quietly pulling hardware and content service Fetch TV from its website.
It's a pity that the two selling points of the Kogan Elite 32-inch TV — 100Hz and the PVR — are so poorly executed, as without them this would be a decent television.
Typical price: $689.00
Panasonic's 2015 range of TVs and Blu-ray players put the emphasis on 4K panels and video on demand.
The company says its technology is only in prototype phase and will be offered to television providers.
Kogan's cheap Freeview-compatible set-top box bucks the trend of crippled Freeview PVRs, but it's not an easy product to get along with.
Typical price: $99.00
The next generation of Freeview free-to-air TV is now live, but is your TV be compatible with the service?
The SBS catch-up app will be available via Telstra's set-top box from September.
The Homecast HT8000 PVR brings a budget approach to the twin tuner HD market — and that budget approach has both its good and bad sides.
Typical price: $699.00