Dish's Hopper Go is a transportable DVR for its subscribers
Together with saying a shiny new 4K receiver, Dish has revealed a transportable system for the streaming era: Hopper Go. Pictured above, this tiny gadget will let Dish subscribers take as much as one hundred hours of DVR recordings with them anyplace they, nicely, go. Dish explains the Hopper Go turns into its personal WiFi hotspot and creates a personal cloud, which then lets you stream exhibits or films on an iPad or Android system. The Hopper Go options 64GB of constructed-in storage, about 4 hours of battery life and helps as much as 5 units concurrently — the corporate claims video high quality is “optimized for smartphones and tablets.”
Moreover, you are additionally capable of load different media into it, resembling private footage or movies. These of you who’ve a Dish account can get the Hopper Go for $ninety nine later in 2016 (by the top of Q1, we’re advised), and there are not any month-to-month charges to fret about. Nevertheless, you’ll need a Hopper 2 or Hopper with Sling field.