Wow. So happy and impressed

Hi there.  I just moved back to the U.S. from overseas, and I was committed to cutting the cord.  After doing a fair amount of research, I decided to take the plunge with Tablo.  

Wow, I am so impressed.  Set-up was super-easy.  Even with the antenna in the back corner of our living room, I’m getting 25-30 channels, all crystal-clear.  It took me a while to set up our big TV in the basement, so I had been wondering whether our home wi-fi network would be strong enough and fast enough, and I was wondering whether my old iPad 2 would have enough processing power to flip the feed through Apple TV to our big screen.  Wow, it’s fantastic.  

The only hiccup so far was some pixellation during a huge thunderstorm, but I can live with that.  All systems are go.

So I figure it was $220 for the Tablo, $50 for the antenna, $60 for the portable hard drive, and $150 for the lifetime subscription.  So that’s a total outlay of $480.  Conservatively, cable TV where I live is probably $90/month for a basic package (once you include the taxes, the “fees,” the rental of the various boxes, etc.).  In fact, it’s probably closer to $100 a month, if not more.

Which means that my groovy new Tablo system will pay for itself inside of 5 months.  In two years, I will have saved nearly 2,000 bucks.

Wow.  Thank you.

Ah, I probably should have posted that in “General Discussion.”  Maybe a moderator can move it?

Thanks so much for your kudos Mark! We’re glad you’re loving your Tablo :slight_smile:

(And I’ve moved your post for you.) :slight_smile: