Bell Fibe TV customers in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa and Quebec City will soon be able to record TV shows on Bell’s 4K PVR with the release today of the device today.
The new Fibe TV 4K Whole Home PVR is touted by Bell as “the smallest available on the market.” However, the company said the device has the largest recording capacity (up to 150 hours of 4K content) and is the only one compatible with Bluetooth remote control. Viewers can set and watch recordings in HD on up to six TV sets.
Bell’s 4K PVR will also be ready for high dynamic range (HDR) broadcasting as the next step in broadcast technology becomes available, the company said.
Bell’s 4K Whole Home PVR is now available to Fibe TV customers in Toronto, Montréal, Ottawa and Québec City for $599. To order the 4K Whole Home PVR or to learn more about Bell Fibe TV, please visit Bell.ca/4k.
In late February, availability of the 4K Whole Home PVR for purchase or rent will be expanded to all and new and existing Bell Fibe TV customers and to Bell Aliant FibreOP TV customers in Atlantic Canada.
Bell also announced that TSN will debut its 4K Ultra HD live sports broadcast on Bell network beginning with the Toronto Raptor Vs. Boston Celtics game at 7:30 p.m. ET on January 20. TSN’s 5 national feeds will follow up on this 4K debut with a slate of 4K broadcasts.