You TAUNT me, Sir!Actually its a device that plugs in to the front USB port of the Hopper 3 which lights up red when the Hopper 3 is recording.
I kid.. but not a bad idea. I know at least one person who would buy one.
Hey, if it will work for the ViP222k, I'd take one in a heartbeat.That can only mean a plug-in upgrade for the antiquated 722k that'll allow it to get 4k programming and have apps. And it only costs $15!
If the goal is to replace all of the existing 4K Joeys by this summer, then Dish should have started that much, much sooner. As it is, Dish will still get complaints from those customers who have not upgraded yet (if the new 4K HDR Joey is even available by then, if one is even coming at all). The only difference is that Dish may actually have a solution for them this time around.My guess would be a new Joey that can view 4K HDR broadcasts. Then Dish could actually use channel 540-02 without all the customers with 4K Joeys complaining that they can’t watch. The Olympics is this summer and the last Olympics used 4K HDR. I remember all the complaints from customers with 4K Joeys that could not watch. The 4K Joey is limited and replacing them would allow customers with several 4K TV’s have a good experience. Of course I am only guessing.
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