YouView Humax DTR-T1010 now available in retail stores
London, UK 14th February 2013: A new-look set-top box for YouView, the subscription-free TV service which seamlessly combines catch-up and on demand, is now available to buy from retailers across the UK. The YouView Humax DTR-T1010 set-top box is black with a striking silver finish on the front.
It offers all the features currently available from YouView and will receive new software updates as they are made available via the broadband connection to the set-top box. The new YouView Humax DTR-T1010 will replace the YouView Humax DTR-T1000 in retail.
The YouView Humax DTR-T1010 is currently available from John Lewis. Other retailers including Dixons and independents will have the new set-top box in-stock later this month. It is compatible with any home broadband service and available with a 500GB or 1TB built-in hard drive. The subscription-free set-top box RRP is £299.99 for 500GB and £329.99 for 1TB.
Humax is one of the world's largest manufacturers of digital set-top boxes, exporting its products to over 90 countries across the globe. The company has built a solid reputation as a leading supplier of high quality, feature-rich digital TV products, including Digital TV Recorders (DTRs) and high definition (HD) set-top boxes. The company headquarters and R&D facility are based in Korea, with offices in Dubai, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, the UK and the US.
YouView is a subscription-free and easy to use TV service with over 70 live digital channels. It seamlessly combines seven day catch-up on BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4oD and Demand 5 with a library of on demand television programmes, films and radio. A range of quality content is available from partners including Now TV powered by Sky, milkshake! and STV. YouView has record, pause and rewind TV functionality as well as a simple search feature.
YouView is offered as part of broadband bundles from TalkTalk and BT. It is also available to buy from all major retailers and many independent electrical stores including John Lewis, Currys Digital, Argos, Amazon, Richer Sounds and Euronics.
For more information visit: www.youview.com and on Twitter @YouView.