TiVo Series4 announced with Adobe Flash UI
TiVo fans everywhere are rejoicing today with the announcement of the company's new Series4 Premiere and PremiereXL DVRs, due out in early April. The new boxes have a completely new high-def interface built with Adobe Flash--a huge improvement--and new partnerships have been inked with Pandora and FrameChannel, both of which will complement the current Netflix and Amazon On Demand integration. Streamed content will have a bigger spot in the homepage limelight as will locally stored content when it comes to search and navigation. In fact, the Premiere and PremiereXL will boast 320 GB and 1 TB built-in storage for 45 and 150 hours of HD video storage, respectively. Both units will also have CableCARD and eSATA slots for memory expansion.
Also of note is the full QWERTY Bluetooth remote, THX certification for the PremiereXL and an optional wireless-N adapter. Shipping in April, the TiVo Premiere and PremiereXL are expected to cost $299 and $499, respectively.
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Posted by Justin Davey at March 2, 2010 7:25 PM