TiVo Debuts $50 Over-the-Air DVR

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tivo-roamio-ota.jpgFor all you cord-cutters out there who are looking for a way to record and manage over-the-air content, TiVo has introduced the limited-edition Roamio OTA DVR, which includes a 500GB hard drive and four ATSC tuners, as well as built-in apps like Netflix and YouTube and the ability to stream your content to a portable device. The OTA DVR is priced at $49.99, plus the monthly TiVo service charge of $14.99.

From TiVo
TiVo Inc., a leader in the advanced television entertainment market, today revealed the limited edition TiVo Roamio OTA DVR with an initial retail price of $49.99, for those who do not have cable or satellite service yet still want a DVR.

TiVo Roamio OTA enables consumers to record up to four shows simultaneously, storing 75 high-definition hours of programming. The new antenna DVR and streaming device allows consumers to enjoy and record entertainment from their favorite local networks, where available, including ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, PBS and Univision over-the-air and popular internet video services such as Netflix, YouTube, and many others.

TV lovers can expect the same great award-winning experience as the TiVo Roamio family of DVRs, including universal search, free mobile applications, browse and compatibility with TiVo Stream and TiVo Mini devices to extend the TV experience throughout the home and beyond. TiVo Roamio OTA does not require a cable card, providing consumers with a top-notch entertainment experience at a minimal price. For customers looking to access cable channels, TiVo offers the TiVo Roamio, TiVo Roamio Plus and TiVo Roamio Pro devices.

TiVo Roamio OTA Features Include:

• Storage: 500 GB (75 HD hours)
• Tuners: 4 tuners
• Compatible with TiVo Stream: Stream live and recorded TV to smartphones and tablets
• Content navigation:
- Universal search across Over-the-Air and popular internet video services, including Netflix and YouTube.
- "What to Watch" provides a personalized dashboard with recommendations for what's on now, next and tonight
- Collections offers editorial collections based on current events or categories including new fall TV, Shark Week, Holiday, Academy Award winners, etc.
- Channel guide with filters to enable users to get to what they want as quickly as possible
- Free application for smartphones and tablets: manage your DVR with your phone or tablet through remote Season Pass® management, a recording scheduler that allows you to add or remove recordings and enhanced WishList® management
• Networking: Ethernet & WiFi networking

Pricing & Availability
TiVo Roamio OTA will appear at select BestBuy stores. The limited product release will be offered in select markets for $49.99, with a $14.99 per month service and a one-year commitment. Product and service pricing subject to change. For more information please visit TiVo.com/Roamio-OTA.

Additional Resources
• Visit TiVo's brand page at HomeTheaterReview.com.
• Check out TiVo's complete Roamio lineup here.

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