The latest model of TiVo’s DVR adds Dolby Vision HDR and a sleek new design.
Schedules and records up to six cable shows at once. Stores up to 300 hours of HD video, depending on hard drive size. Streams recorded video via app to smartphones or tablets. Skips commercials with one button. Offers popular streaming services services in up to Dolby Vision 4K HDR and Dolby Atmos sound. Peanut Lux remote allows voice search.
Requires TiVo subscription. Best with cable programming subscription.
An all-in-1 streaming device that's easy to learn and smart to buy.
A well-priced, intuitive streaming device with Android TV and Google Assistant functionality. Supports live TV through Locast and Sling. Works with HDR10 and Dolby Vision.
Users may find the interfaces a bit clunky compared to competitors.
The previous generation TiVo DVR still has its strengths if you can find it.
Replaces cable box. Schedules and records up to four shows at once from cable or antenna. Allows skipping commercials. Streams recorded content via app. Offers popular streaming services. Sold with included lifetime TiVo subscription. Peanut remote allows unified search and control. Comes with four tuners.
Cable box replacement requires cable card. No longer available new.
Adds DVR functionality to any TV in your home when paired with an existing TiVo DVR.
Extends TiVo Edge, Bolt, or other TiVo DVR to a secondary TV. Connects via Wi-Fi or MoCa (coaxial) networking with optional hardware. Allows up to 4K HD streaming from popular services as well as DVR functionality from main unit. Remote with voice search.
Requires DVR main unit like Edge or Bolt. Networking options separate.
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