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Dabby does it all
This story is part of our continuing coverage of CES , including tech and gadgets from the showroom floor. Coming off of a successful round of crowdfunding on Kickstarter, the Dabby was on display at CES , and early reports suggest it might actually live up to the hype. Not only does DabKick — the team behind the Dabby — promise that its device will play virtually every legal source of online content as long as you have a subscription for the paid services , you get an impressive array of choices for viewing said content. As a touchscreen tablet, you can view your streaming shows right on the Dabby. Got more than one TV? Buying an additional dongle or two, or three lets you expand the number of TVs you can control, with each playing something different. It works with YouTube and with music streaming services too.
Searching all sources
A radically new home entertainment device that brings revolutionary user experience for TV along with unlimited access to content. No more annoying plastic remote controls. Simply touch to find and play content instantly on your TV and control them easily from the comfort of your couch. Dabby aggregates content from all sources in one seamless interface.
Cord cutters who are experiencing TV streaming service overload and getting tired of endlessly scrolling through Netflix , Disney Plus , Hulu , Amazon Prime and the like may have a new option that doesn't involve going back to cable. A home entertainment device debuting at CES called Dabby seeks to end your need to toggle between every streaming service app by creating an AI-based search engine for your TV. The touch device which basically looks like a thicker tablet pairs with a TV dongle, and lets you use voice commands to search not only every paid streaming service, but also free sites and social media. After cost, the need to move between different apps is the biggest frustration for people, TV Time reported from an October study. Dabby wants to address these issues by consolidating subscription services and replacing any other streaming device or smart speaker. The device can play anything that media streaming boxes like Apple TV and Roku can, from any streaming service, video or social media platform -- including Netflix, Hulu, HBOGo, YouTube, TikTok, Twitch, Spotify and Vimeo -- no apps required however, you still have to be a subscriber to those services. You don't have to know where something is streaming -- the device searches the entire web for it.