TiVo has announced a trio of new devices for the coming holiday season, where they are the Stream, Premiere 4 and Premiere XL4. For starters, the TiVo Stream will allow you to seamlessly deliver content stored on any TiVo Premiere box to mobile displays (including those like iPads and iPhones), where you are able to stream up to a quartet of shows simultaneously to four devices that are hooked to a home network. Not only that, it lets you perform wireless transfer of recorded content to a supported mobile device, letting you carry your favorite TV shows along.

As for TiVo Premiere 4, it also offers a quartet of tuners, letting you record up to four shows at once even when you are viewing a fifth recorded program. Capable of recording 75 hours of HD content, it can carry nearly double of what a generic DVR offers.

Last but not least, the TiVo Premiere XL4 lets you record a whopping 300 hours of HD programming, boasting four tuners so that you can simultaneously record four different shows even when viewing a fifth recorded program.

The TiVo Stream, TiVo Premiere 4, and TiVo Premiere XL4 will retail for $129.99, $249.99 and $399.99, respectively. The TiVo Stream will have no monthly service fee, while the TiVo Premiere 4 and TiVo Premiere XL4 will both carry a monthly service fee of $14.99 with a one year commitment.

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