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Sky Launches Next-Gen Sky Q Set-Tops

Part TV set-top, part OTT streamer and part WiFi hotspot, Sky in the UK has unveiled its new Sky Q entertainment system.

November 18, 2015

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Sky today unveils Sky Q, the next-generation home entertainment system, opening up a whole new way of watching TV.

Sky Q makes it easier than ever to access all your favourite TV and brings an even wider range of entertainment to the big screen. A family of advanced Sky Q products connects wirelessly to create a new ecosystem that makes TV viewing seamless:

  • Watch shows from your box, whether live, recorded or on demand, anywhere around the home on another TV or tablet

    • Pause viewing on one TV screen and pick up where you left off in another room

    • For the first time, take your favourite shows with you by saving recordings onto your tablet to watch anywhere

    • Watch different programmes on up to five screens simultaneously while also recording four other channels

    • Supercharge your Sky Broadband by turning all your Sky Q boxes into Wi-Fi hotspots

    • Scroll and swipe the new touchpad remote to choose what to watch on an all-new TV guide

    • Use the powerful search capability of Sky Q to find everything related to a show

    • Access an even wider range of entertainment on the big screen including YouTube, Vevo and the best of the web

    • Browse your Facebook photos and stream music wirelessly using Bluetooth or Apple’s AirPlay

      After launch in early 2016, Sky Q will keep getting better with a stream of new features and innovations, including more of the best apps and web video. In addition, Sky Q will be Ultra HD ready in advance of the launch of the UK’s most comprehensive Ultra High Definition service later in 2016. The new service will offer customers a range of sports, movies, and entertainment content in stunning picture quality with up to four times the detail of HD.

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