DISH Network's HopperGO Now Available to Customers

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Dish-HopperGO.pngDISH Network's HopperGO, first announced at CES 2016, is now available to DISH customers for $99. The pocket-sized, 64GB HopperGO allows you to store up to 100 hours of your DVR recordings to take on the go. Beyond just being a storage device, the HopperGO creates its own private wireless network, so you can stream all of that content to your smartphone or tablet's DISH Anywhere app without having to use up your data plan. The HopperGO is compatible with the Hopper 3 or Hopper 2 DVR.

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DISH's HopperGO, a revolutionary new personal mobile video drive, has debuted to customers nationwide for $99. The 64GB, rechargeable battery-powered device gives customers the ability to securely transfer up to 100 hours of recorded TV shows and movies from a Hopper 3 or Hopper 2 DVR for on-the-go, offline viewing.

"HopperGO is the perfect summer travel companion for nearly anyone, whether you're road tripping, at the airport or lounging on a beach," said Vivek Khemka, DISH Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer. "It manages the burden of storage, so forget about deleting apps or pictures to free up space on your phone or tablet for video."

HopperGO creates its own private wireless cloud that supports simultaneous viewing of different programs on up to five mobile devices via the DISH Anywhere app. It is compatible with iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, as well as Kindle tablets. Capable of up to four hours of streaming on a single charge, HopperGO can additionally be used while charging.

DISH customers can purchase a HopperGO by calling 1-800-333-DISH or visiting their nearest retailer.

Additional Resources
Dish Network Hopper 3 Whole-home UHD DVR Reviewed at HomeTheaterReview.com.
Dish Adds Ultra HD Version of Netflix to Hopper 3 at HomeTheaterReview.com.


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