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    Re: Sky unveils Sky Q, "a whole new way of watching TV"

    Never had Sky myself ("more money for more rubbish"), but it's good to see they are making advances with the way TV is delivered to the unwashed masses

    Nice touch integrating PLC into the router - I wish more companies did this, it's such a great technology.

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    Re: Sky unveils Sky Q, "a whole new way of watching TV"

    Be good to see how these things actually come into effect but a positive step in the right direction

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    Re: Sky unveils Sky Q, "a whole new way of watching TV"

    The fact that they haven't announced a price and are using the term premium is a little worrying.

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    Re: Sky unveils Sky Q, "a whole new way of watching TV"

    Just how much 4k content will there be is my question, you can have 4k now with BT's new box, thats been out for a two month now, most of the 4k is sport as in football and MOTO GP. It will be one or the other for me once the sky service is fully understood. watching MOTO GP in 4k next season is a must.

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    Re: Sky unveils Sky Q, "a whole new way of watching TV"

    Quote Originally Posted by scifi View Post
    if they had made the whole thing application based so i didn't have to use their hardware i would have been interested....

    I have smart tv's .. Why do i need a stb ?
    4k tv mate

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    Re: Sky unveils Sky Q, "a whole new way of watching TV"

    Be interesting to see how this turns out. Although when my Sky contract is up I intend to go freesat with the box probably.
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