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

Source: Screenshot via Dabby

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

What are your thoughts on this new streaming device? Are you sold? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: Dabby

Riley Jones (@moviemanjones)

Riley Jones (@moviemanjones)

Riley is the Managing Editor of Goliath. When he's not at the movie theatre or binging some new tv series, he likes to spend his time shooting hoops and play MTG. He doesn't like 'Breaking Bad,' loves 'The Simpsons,' hates mayonnaise, and has been repping the Toronto Raptors since '95. Follow him on IG and Twitter @moviemanjones.

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