There are many TV services out there with entire lists of advantages and benefits of their own. Many households have several such utilities activated on their TV devices. Based on their own experience, the guys from Caavo wasted more time on finding the right remote for each TV app and searching for the perfect content than actually watching a movie. Thus, the idea of a new streaming box came to life. With already $15 million in funding, the product offers a universal remote control with a sleek design that comes together with a unified TV interface. Thanks to this duo, consumers will be able to orally ask their one universal remote to find exactly what they want.
In today’s world, the TV services are offering many shows on different networks. However, even though there are so many enticing titles, people might give up on finding the right one after an unproductive session of searching. A streaming box or connected TV is now necessary to enjoy the original productions from services like Netflix and Amazon in one place. However, even though these works are on the same hardware, there are not also on the same interface. Consumers have to go through several apps and procedures before they find the ideal movie for the day.
This is where the new Caavo streaming box comes in. The universal remote control will not only allow users to navigate through all their TV applications as if they were one service, but they are also exempt from typing or pushing buttons. Instead, they can simply ask the remote in a clear voice what they want to watch, and the gadget will find it for them. It isn’t even necessary to specify which TV application they want to use exactly.
The streaming box comes with eight HDMI inputs. Once it is activated, it can identify all TV services and add them to its navigation. Users can also specify which TV content they like best on which device. Thus, every time they ask for a precise TV show, the Caavo streaming box will open it for them on their favorite device without mentioning it twice.
With such a fragmented TV landscape, the new streaming box hopes to make it easier for users to navigate through thousands of products. The Caavo device is still in a production stage. However, those interested will be able to pre-order it starting in June at a price of $399. The company expects the orders to reach their owners during next fall.
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