The $150 Slingbox M1 brings TV streaming to nearly any mobile device, PC, or Mac, now with the convenience of built-in Wi-Fi.
Slingbox adds an entry-level device to its product lineup and updates its existing offering. Sling Media's general manager explains what the changes mean for consumers who want to watch video content when on the go.
The newest member of the Slingbox family of video streamers -- which lets you view TV on nearly any PC or mobile device -- adds built-in Wi-Fi for just $149.
That's just about the lowest price ever for this mega-popular TV-slinging box, which lets you watch live and recorded shows nearly anywhere.
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Simple.TV says it doesn't anticipate any legal issues for its new feature allowing users to share their recorded shows with up to five others, regardless of whether or not the invitees have the paid service.
Mobile gaming continues to evolve with Nvidia's latest tablet, Netflix tests a privacy mode, and the Slingbox M1 offers an affordable way to stream TV to other screens.
While you'll pay a premium for its extra features, the Slingbox 500 is an excellent way to watch your TV or DVR video content anywhere.
Mobile gaming continues to evolve with Nvidia's latest gaming tablet, Netflix tests a privacy mode, and the Slingbox M1 offers an affordable way to stream TV to other screens.
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