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Europeans Can Now Enjoy TV on Their iPhone via the Tizi Mobile Hotspot

Europeans Can Now Enjoy TV on Their iPhone via the Tizi Mobile Hotspot

Posted November 4, 2010 at 12:26pm by iClarified · 7274 views
Tizi is a mobile TV Hotspot for DVB-T that brings your favourite shows directly to iPad or iPhone.

The tizi features a flexible and extendable 15cm long antenna that receives the TV signal. The handheld device weighs only 70g and has a practical shape. The latest in chip technology gives a crystal-clear picture on the touchscreen. All that, without a cable or an adaptor.

To display the picture tizi uses an integrated Hotspot that works right out-of-the-box and also guarantees a stabile picture even in some of the poorer signal areas. It's as simple as turning tizi on, choosing tizi's WiFi network and starting the app.

After 3.5 hours the Li-Ion battery can be recharged using a USB port on your laptop or even with your iPad's power adaptor. While running, tizi lets you know the current battery status using the front LED status light. Of course, red, orange and green. tizi doesn't do anything by halves when it comes to user friendliness. You get an overview of all available channels and, using the built-in programme guide, a shot at upcoming shows. Swiping lets you comfortably change channels - without any lengthy delay.

The included App requires iOS 4 on the iPhone (3GS and 4), iPod touch (4. Gen., 3. Gen, 32 GB) and iOS 3.2 on the iPad. tizi supports portrait and landscape mode on the iPhone and iPad and offers full multitasking abilities under iOS 4. tizi is ready for the upcoming iOS 4 on iPad.

Price and availability
tizi is available today from the equinux Online Store for only €149 euros (inc. VAT).

Read More [via stroughtonsmith]

Europeans Can Now Enjoy TV on Their iPhone via the Tizi Mobile Hotspot
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Sim - November 4, 2010 at 1:18pm
Why pay for this, when I can use TV Catchup for free?
TH - November 4, 2010 at 3:39pm
I second this dude, have been able to watch free TV for ages via TV Catchup.
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