/// RCA Looks to Make Mark in Tablet Market With Free Live TV

January 4, 2013  |  All Things Digital

It’s not a name you hear too often anymore when it comes to tech products, but today, RCA introduced a new Android tablet that lets you watch live TV on the go for free. The RCA Mobile TV Tablet features two built-in tuners — one standard over-the-air DTV tuner for when you’re stationary and one mobile tuner for when you’re on the go. It’s the first tablet to support Dyle’s mobile TV service , which provides access to 130 TV stations across the U.S. Dyle is currently available in 35 markets and works with the Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4G smartphone from MetroPCS and iOS devices using a $100 accessory from Elgato. Compared to the smartphone experience, viewing video should be more enjoyable on the tablet’s larger eight-inch, 1,024 by 768 pixel touchscreen. The RCA Mobile TV tablet also has twin speakers, dual cameras, eight gigabytes of memory and an HDMI port. RCA estimates battery life at up to four hours in mobile TV mode or up to 10 hours when just browsing the Web

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RCA Looks to Make Mark in Tablet Market With Free Live TV

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