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From CES: How You Can Easily ‘watch anything you’ve recorded on your [DVR] and watch it anytime you want, even when you’re nowhere near a cable, broadband or wireless signal’

Jan 6, 2016  •  Post A Comment

A new device being featured at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is being touted as a workaround to circumvent the current constraints on TV Everywhere.

Re/code reports that the device, Dish Network’s HopperGo — which Dish says is “half the size of an iPhone 6” — is a flash drive that “lets you take the contents of your DVR with you and lets you stream it to any device you want, using its own Wi-Fi network. That is: You can watch anything you’ve recorded on your Dish DVR and watch it anytime you want, even when you’re nowhere near a cable, broadband or wireless signal.”

The HopperGo will reportedly be priced at $99 when it goes on sale in the next few months, and will allow storage of up to 100 hours of programming for Dish customers with the Hopper 2 or Hopper 3 DVR.

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