Simple.tv is a DVR for cord cutters that streams over-the-air broadcast content to Rokus and iPads. But how well does it work? Check out our review below:
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|Our review of D-Link’s MovieNite, a budget Netflix streamer|
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Show notes for this episode:
- The Simple.tv device costs $150, and a subscription to its programming guide costs an additional $5 a month. More info on the device can be found on the Simple.tv website.
- Simple.tv is a single tuner DVR, meaning that you will only be able to record one show at a time. The company plans to add the ability to support multiple Simple.tv devices within the same network in the future.
- To learn more about over-the-air broadcast and DIY DVRs, check out our new e-book Cut the Cord: All You Need to Know to Drop Cable, which is now available on Amazon(s amzn), Barnes & Noble(s bks) and iTunes(s aapl).
Are you looking for a DVR for your cord cutting set-up – or do you prefer to just get your content from Netflix and Hulu? Please share your thoughts in the comments, get in touch with us on Twitter (@cordcutters) or email us at cordcutters @ gigaom.com.