Watching streaming content has been a drastic change from what we grew up with. With the streaming devices, we can pause, play and save content for later. Back in the days of the beginning of air TV, you had to organize your agenda as to not miss any chapters of your favorite series because you depended on when they felt like repeating it to see it again. That has changed but still, there are some live programming we don´t want to miss. For that, we have Tablo, a DVR that is network-connected and designed to be used especially with Over-the-air TV antennas and Roku devices.
Tablo is the size of a paperback book and has an input for an antenna that can receive all the signals that are in the air near you, for free. Tablo transmits that information into your Roku Device as well as any other device in your house via Wi-Fi.
Go to the ‘Channel Store’ in your Roku Device.
Select the ‘Tablo’ Channel
The ‘Tablo’ channel is completely free of charge and once selected, you can already enter the content streamed by the device.
Use the On-Screen Menu to Record on Tablo
The menu is very intuitive and will allow you to record any selected content.
Go to the ‘Recordings’ option on your Tablo menu
Once you select this option, all content recorded by you will be available for playing at any time.