Blink TV is launching its streaming box in the UK on April 6th and it’s going to be all-digital.
The box is powered by the Blink TV SDK which enables you to connect to a wide range of smart TVs to stream content including content from Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Amazon Instant Video and more.
There are no subscription costs, so it’s an attractive option for those looking to try the box out for themselves.
Blink TV says the Box will also work with the popular Apple TV and Chromecast as well as the Roku, Apple TV Stick and Xbox One.
This means you can watch and play a variety of content with just your smartphone or tablet.
In addition to being all-streaming, the Box also features a wide variety of features, including the ability to connect up to 4 devices together, as well an NFC-based home screen which works on the device you’re using to control it.
You can use the box as a remote control for your TV with your smart TV or smart TV controller, and you can use it to control your home’s lights, fans, and more from the TV.
It’s all powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC, which is a new processor for the Blink tv platform, which means it should run on a wide number of devices, including TVs, smart phones, and other media-enabled devices.
The Blink TV Box will cost £179, while the standard Blink TV 4 will be £239.
If you’re in the market for a smart TV that supports the BlinkTV SDK, you’ll be able to pick up a Blink TV with the SDK on April 20th, and it will be available for pre-order at the Blink Store from April 6, at which point you’ll have to wait until May 9 to get your hands on one.