DISH Hopper HD DVR Revolutionizes TV Watching Experience
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DISH is the leader in satellite television in the U.S. With more than 14 million subscribers, DISH delivers state of the art equipment and technology. DISH provides maximum High-definition channels and international programs in the U.S. DISH has come with a great whole-home HD DVR called ‘Hopper’ which will change the way we watch TV shows.
The main purpose of a Digital Video Recorder (DVR) is to record live TV shows. ‘Hopper’, an advanced HD DVR is only available from DISH satellite TV. Hopper is not just another DVR device; it lets you pause, rewind and record up to 6 shows simultaneously. Now you will never miss your favorite TV show when watching live sports. Is not that great? Hopper can record and store up to 2,000 hours of videos. That is good enough to record and store approximately 1,000 movies on it!
Television commercials spoil the TV watching experience. With the help of AutoHop feature you can instantly skip TV commercials and enjoy the show. TV show recording is just one feature of Hopper, it can do much more than this. Let’s move to the next section to know more about it.
‘DISH Anywehere’ is a great feature of DISH. Using it you can watch live and recorded TV shows on your mobile phone or tablet anywhere with just an internet connection. DISH has released mobile and tablet optimized application for this. You can even take control of your DVR and schedule and manage recording using the DISH Anywhere application. Don’t have an internet connection? No problem ‘Hopper Transfer’ lets you transfer recorded shows to iPad or smartphone. This can be useful when we are travelling or on a flight.
Hopper HD DVR is available for free with every connection of DISH. Packages start from $24.99 when you sign up for 12 months or 24 month contracts. In this article we have given you a brief idea about DISH Hopper. If you want to Learn more about the Hopper, please visit their website and LIKE DISH on Facebook or Follow DISH on Twitter to get latest updates about it.