Ever wanted to follow a sports game while also watching news or your favorite show? With 4SeTV’s four-in-one networked TV tuner, you can. Check out this interview and demo for a first look:
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|My review of Tablo, a DVR for over-the-air TV|
|How to make your Chromecast work in a hotel room|
|An in-depth first look at Amazon’s Fire TV|
|First look at the Mohu Channels, a connected TV tuner for cord cutters|
|A first look at Tablo, a DVR for cord cutters|
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Show notes for this episode:
- 4SeTv is based on a four-tuner networked TV tuner similar to the ones used by Simple.tv and Tablo. More information about the hardware and its features can be found on the 4SeTV website.
- 4SeTV is currently running a Kickstarter campaign, offering pre-order devices for as little as $99
Is this kind of picture-in-picture experience compelling to you? Or would you rather just watch one thing at a time? Share your thoughts in the comments below or check out the Google+ Cord Cutters community.