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TV tuner maker intros mobile Freeview pick-up

Streams digital telly over its own Wi-Fi

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TV tuner maker Hauppauge has introduced a mobile gadget that streams Freeview content to you phone, tablet or computer over its own wireless network.

The MyTV 2GO makes Freeview digital TV shows appear on a free app that's available for iDevices, Macs and Windows PCs.

Hauppauge MyTV 2GO mobile TV tuner

The gadget has its own lithium-ion battery for, the company claimed, three-and-a-half hours' viewing.

From the look of the device, it's the same bit of kit that TV tuner specialist Elgato has already been offering for some time as the Tivizen, itself a device produced by Chinese company Valups.

Reg Hardware has reviewed the Elgato Tivizen here.

The Hauppauge MyTV 2GO goes on sale later this quarter for £119. ®

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