4SeTV is among the companies hoping to change how consumers watch TV. The company debuted a TV streaming device at CE Week 2015, June 22-26, that lets viewers watch any four live television shows at once on a tablet, smartphone or TV — or allow up to four people to view an individual live show on four different devices, at the same time.
For sports fans, having 4SeTV means having a four-in-one-screen viewing solution that can’t be found with pay-TV options. For TV aficionados, with 4SeTV on hand flipping through channels and trying to watch more than one show at a time could be a thing of the past.
Built on patent-pending technology, 4SeTV captures live over-the-air TV channels and streams HD content to devices connected in a home network, including tablets, smartphones and big screen TVs, without a subscription. It’s a simple streaming device that anyone can use by connecting to a router via HDTV antenna.
Fresh off of a successful launch on Kickstarter, where 4SeTV exceeded its funding goals by 115 percent, this new device is currently in production.
“The support we’ve received from Kickstarter backers has been incredible – they’ve enabled us to go into production with 4SeTV and will be receiving their units in August as promised,” said Hyung Lim, president and founder of 4SeTV.
4SeTV is currently in production and is available for pre-order on the 4SeTV website for $179.