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Sling launches its smallest and cheapest Slingbox yet

16
Jul
2014

Sling, the company that makes your cable or satellite service available anywhere you have an internet connection, is today announcing the Slingbox M1, its smallest and cheapest set top box to date. The $149.99 M1, available on July 20th, is notably smaller than the $179.99 Slingbox 350 it is replacing, yet it doesnt give up any functionality to its larger predecessor. The basic premise of the Slingbox M1 remains unchanged, however. It plugs into your cable or satellite box through component or composite cables (no HDMI, due to copyright restrictions) and then makes your TV service and recorded programs accessible through Slings mobile and desktop apps.

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