I'm Natali Morris.
You're watching our coverage of the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show and I'm giving you a first look of the Tivizen mobile digital TV receiver.
What this little guy goes is plugged into an iPad, an iPhone, or an iPod Touch and make it a digital TV because this is a receiver in and of itself.
Right now, it will only receive network TV, so anything on your local digital signals.
But they say that they eventually want to sell premium subscriptions to cable services.
It's a tiny little thing.
It cost $99 to buy just this, and then, it will work with an app that is a free app.
It's got just this little connection to the iPad or the iPhone.
And then, in the back, it's got this little USB receiver that will allow it to get software updates or allow you to register it over your computer.
Again, it's $99.
It comes out in June, and you've been taken at the first look at the Tivizen mobile digital receiver for iPad, iPod Touch, or iPhone.
I'm Natali Morris for CNET and you're watching our coverage of the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show.
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