What happens in Vegas fortunately does not stay in Vegas when it comes to our newest product announcement, Mohu AirWave. From January 3-7, 2017, we had a team of Mohuligans showing off AirWave to a steady stream of technology reporters and industry professionals who were eager to learn more about this device into which we’ve put many months of team work, lessons learned, long nights, weekends, etc. to develop.
So, what did they think? Take a look at the highlights of Mohu AirWave from CES 2017.
While cord-cutting has improved the binge-watching experience in many ways, its Achilles heel has always been its lack of local broadcast TV offerings. Antenna maker Mohu hopes to address this with its new AirWave…
The Mohu AirWave won’t magically make cord-cutting easy. But it definitely makes it easier, and every little bit helps.
Cord cutters, your local channels are back.
Mohu AirWave won for Best Cord Cutting.
Mohu Airwave eliminates that hassle by acting as a totally wireless system… Now, every TV in the house can access broadcast networks.
The most interesting thing to come to TV antennas is from Mohu, the company that pioneered the flat antenna with the Leaf.
Mohu has been making simple HDTV antennas for years, but the AirWave is its first stab at making them smarter.
…streaming worked perfectly smoothly — indistinguishable from the Netflixes or Hulus of the world.
AirWave pulls in a broadcast signal like any antenna, but from anywhere in your home. No need for an ungainly cord.
More importantly, it pushes live content to an app that lives alongside Netflix, Amazon Video, Sling, and others. Live TV becomes just another app.
Mohu seeks to rid OTA antenna users of that unsightly cord that runs up the wall to most TV accessories.
Don’t want to clutter up your living room with an antenna? Mohu’s AirWave antenna could do the trick.
As tempting as it may be to bask in the glow of such high praise coming out of CES, we’ve got work yet to do! Stay tuned for more updates as we gear up for the nationwide launch of Mohu AirWave later this Spring.
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