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TV on the Go

February 23, 2010

This TV receiver takes advantage of a new mobile TV standard, now beginning to roll out across the United States, that allows good reception of digital TV broadcasts even in a moving vehicle. Using Wi-Fi, the Tivit retransmits the video so it can be watched on a smart phone, netbook, or iPhone.

Courtesy of Valups

Product: Tivit

Cost: $90 to $120

Availability: March 2010

Source: www.valups.com

Company: Valups

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