Sky Q's new streaming box has a spacious hard drive and the ability to record up to four channels simultaneously. CNET takes a closer look.
The new Sky Q Silver box is admirably svelte, but a powerful 2TB hard drive and 12 tuners lurk inside its skinny frame.
Alongside the main Sky Q Silver box, Sky is also selling a smaller Q Mini box, which sits in another room in your house, and funnels the same live channels and all of Sky's on-demand TV onto another television.
The Sky Q Hub ties the two boxes together. Its unassuming design won't take up too much space.
You navigate the Sky Q's menus with a brand-new Bluetooth-powered remote, called the Sky Q Touch Remote.
Swipe through menus on the touch-sensitive pad using your fingers. It's highly reminiscent of the tech used on the latest Apple TV box. Below are more controls and an alphanumeric keypad.
The Sky Q's menus appear to be easy to navigate. Content is broken down into categories.
Go to the Sky Store to purchase content.
Watch sport if you like...
...or catch a film.
Top picks will show the content that's currently popular.
A Vevo channel will bring music videos.
You'll be able to get Sky Q content you've recorded on your tablet.