Nov 08



We already get a lot of streaming video on handheld devices, but in the U.S. at least we now have FLO. It’s real-time audio and video now streamed to a dedicated FLO device.

The MediaFLO system transmits data on a frequency separate from the frequencies used by current cellular networks. In the U.S., the MediaFLO system uses frequency spectrum 716-722 MHz, which was previously allocated to UHF TV channel 55.

What do you get for your $9 a month subscription fee? 10 basic channels including ESPN, Comedy Central, NBC 2Go, MTV, CBS Mobile, Fox News Channel, CNBC and more. On Verizon and AT&Ts cellular network you’ll get an additional four channels.

The device has a 3.5-inch touchscreen with a built-in stand and stereo speakers.

Buy for $250 from Amazon

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