New Streaming Device Aims To Merge Netflix, Disney+, And Other Services

If you’re like us and subscribe to various services, you’ll be happy to know a new streaming device was unveiled at CES 2020 this past week that aims to radically change how we access and consume content.

The Dabby is an all-in-one entertainment device that allows the user to access various forms of content, including free sources like YouTube and Vimeo, TubiTV, paid sources like Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+, and social media sources like Instagram and Twitch. The Dabby instantly streams what you want to watch directly to your TV, is voice-activated, and requires no app downloads.

The device is basically a touch-screen tablet that communicates with a dongle plugged into the back of your TV. After logging into all your various subscriptions, the Dabby will compile a roster of everything available, making it that much easier to navigate and find what you want to watch.

The Dabby retails for about $400, which is more than double the cost of the Apple TV. While that might sound like a lot, what the Dabby is capable of is unlike anything on the market today.

Source: Screenshot via Dabby

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Source: Dabby