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TiVo Stream

The TiVo Stream lets you stream recorded and live TV from your TiVo DVR to an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch via TiVo's iOS app. It can also be used to wirelessly download programs straight to your iOS devices. (An updated Android app to work with the Stream is in the works.)

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The box is little -- 4 inches wide by 4 inches deep by 1 inch high -- and lightweight at just 4.8 ounces.

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The only port is for an Ethernet cable. Both the Stream and your TiVo Premiere must have a wired connection to your network by Ethernet or MoCA adapter. The remaining jack is for power.

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Once connected to your network, the Stream starts hunting for your TiVo. If all goes well, you'll get a solid white light on back. There are no lights on front to let you know you've got power or you're connected; everything's on back.

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The Stream works with TiVo Premiere, TiVo Premiere XL, TiVo Premiere 4, and TiVo Premiere XL4 (previously Premiere Elite) models.

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The TiVo Stream is available through TiVo's site and coming soon to most Best Buy and Magnolia Home Theater stores for $129.99.

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