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Tablo and Simple.tv debut two new DVRs for cord cutters

on November 8, 2013

Gigaom

Simple.tv officially revealed more details on its new second-generation hardware on its new website Friday. The device, which is manufactured by SiliconDust and features two tuners, will go on sale for $250 in December – no surprises here for Gigaom readers, since we already reported most specs and pricing after a leak two weeks ago.

Perhaps more surprising is that Simple.tv will continue to sell its first-generation, single tuner hardware for $150. Service pricing also remains unchanged. A year of Simple.tv service costs $60, a lifetime subscription can be bought for $150. And there’s good news for new as well as existing Simple.tv users: The service’s iPad (S AAPL) app will soon get an overhaul that will allow users to download show recordings for offline viewing — good for long plane rides and other situations without connectivity.

But Simple.tv isn’t the only one trying to reinvent the DVR for cord…

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