January 20, 2015
The DVB-T digital terrestrial television tuner that D-Link has launched, the DSM-T100, uses the microUSB port of an Android phone or tablet to enjoy live television, record our favorite shows and check the programming schedule at any time, wherever you are.
We will have the possibility of using a flexible antenna with which to capture the signal or of connecting the tuner to an external antenna through the MCX connector that is included.
For its correct operation we will need an Android 4.2 device with an 800 Mhz processor, 512 MB of RAM, 20 MB of free memory and a screen of 800 x 480 pixels of resolution, although if what we want is to enjoy the broadcasts in HD, our terminal will have to have at least a 1.2 GHz processor, 512 MB of RAM, 20 MB pounds of internal memory, H.264 decoding hardware and a screen with a minimum resolution of 1,024 x 600 pixels.
The recommended price of this tuner is 49.99 Australian dollars (for now we cannot find it on the official website in Spanish), while the application can be downloaded for free through the Play Store.
via You can now watch TV on your Android device with this mini tuner from D-Link – Engadget in Spanish.
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