New Fetch Mini 4K hits the shelves

Fetch TV has announced that the new Fetch Mini 4K is available in all partner retail stores nationally.

The announcement:

Fetch TV today announced that the new Fetch Mini 4K is now available in all partner retail stores nationally. The 4K enabled set top box includes a Bluetooth voice remote control and features the latest in chipset and Wi-Fi technology.

The Mini 4K showcases all the latest Fetch features including voice commands, integrated universal search, Virtual Playlist Channels, and the recently launched Metrological Application Platform. The latest box from Fetch has been designed to deliver a significant performance boost over other available devices.

Scott Lorson, CEO Fetch TV said “Fetch has established itself as a market leading aggregation platform in Australia through continuous innovation and a relentless focus on the customer experience. Fetch subscribers enjoy regular software updates delivering new features, functionality, and content.

We also look to introduce new set-top-box models when technology advances warrant. The new Fetch Mini 4K leverages the latest in chipset and Wi-Fi technology to deliver a fantastic customer experience. It may be called a Mini, but it definitely packs a punch”

Key technical features and benefits:

  • Processor: Broadcom 712180 – a 3 in 1 chipset (SOC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth) offering a significant upgrade to processing power (24k DMIPS) and improved High Dynamic Range 4K video quality – providing support for the improved picture quality users demand.
  • Wi-Fi support: Wi-Fi 6 (2×2 802.11ax 2×2 802.11ac) – significantly increased download speeds delivering improved streaming video quality and a superior user experience, particularly in homes with multiple connected devices.
  • RAM: 2 GB (LPDDR4) – double the amount of RAM of the current Fetch Mini, improving the load time and performance of applications.
  • Free-to-Air Tuner: DVB-T2 – this is an upgrade to the tuner that receives the Free-to-Air signal, future proofing the device to support 4K Free-to-Air channels in the future.

For full specifications please see Fetch website.

Source: Fetch TV media release


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