Over-the-air DVRs like the TiVo Roamio, Nuvyyo Tablo, and Channel Master DVR+ offer a wide range of options for cord cutters looking to record free TV.
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We take a hands-on look at the Tablo over-the-air DVR, which can stream live and recorded over-the-air TV content to nearly any device.
Ignore the boring Blu-ray players and clunky home-theater-in-a-box systems. The cool home theater gear at CES 2014 will be sound bars, over-the-air DVRs and new wireless audio products.
The new HEVC standard can squeeze 3,840x2,160 pixels at 50 frames per second into a radio-frequency broadcast. Not many have the high-end electronics needed to watch, though.
Stream broadcast TV to any device with this week's prize, a Tablo over-the-air DVR from Nuvyyo. No remote needed.
The Channel Master DVR+ finally delivers an option for those looking for an over-the-air DVR+ without subscription fees, even if it is a little rough around the edges.
Mohu's new streaming box just launched its Kickstarter campaign and aims to bring all your cable-cutting content sources into a single, simple channel grid.
The TiVo Roamio is hands-down the best DVR for recording over-the-air TV, but its excellence comes at a great cost.