This Tablo ATSC 3.0 tuner is a DVR for the 4K over-the-air TV future

This Tablo ATSC 3.0 tuner is a DVR for the 4K over-the-air TV future


This new Tablo box is built to grab TV from the air and record it. | Image: Tablo

The new Tablo ATSC 3.0 Quad HDMI is a DVR meant for the next generation of broadcast TV — which, if all goes according to plan, will involve 4K HDR content being sent out over the airwaves for free. It can record up to four channels at once onto an external hard drive, letting you watch programs back on your schedule, not broadcasters’.

In the age of internet streaming, cable, and satellite, it can be hard to remember that there are still local TV stations broadcasting their programs over the airwaves, which anyone can watch for free if they have an antenna and receiver. But for some enthusiasts, viewing broadcast television is the new cord-cutting — and it’s those signals Tablos are made to record and playback.

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