Roamio OTA Digital Video Recorder: Plug Over-The Air-Antenna Via Coaxial Cable and Record Free Broadcast Channels

TiVo’s New Roamio OTA DVR for Cord Cutters has No Monthly Fees, More Storage

The DVR maker Tivo unveiled a new Roamio OTA Digital Video Recorder. It appeals to the customers who want to cut cable TV.

With the Roamio OTA, users can plug in any over-the air-antenna via coaxial cable and can record free broadcast channels such as ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, and PBS. It also allows to stream video from internet services such as Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime. The new TiVO Roamio OTA comes with 1.0TB of storage and you can record up to 150 hours of high-definition programming and up to four shows can be recorded at once thanks as it supports multiple tuners.

The Roamio OTA is priced at $400 which seems higher in comparison the subscription-based box. It comes with a life time service and if you consider the amount you pay for monthly subscription, it is very good deal in long run. Your initial payment will be paid off in a couple of years.

The new Roamio connects to the Internet via ethernet cable or 802.11n Wi-Fi. It features QuickMode that speeds up play back by 30 percent with pitch-corrected audio. This feature is very useful when you want to watch a video for informational or educational purposes or wants to watch sports, news. With its SkipMode, you can jump over commercial breaks.

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