Caavo unifies all your streaming services and devices into one elegant $399 media box

Although there are a wide variety of streaming services competing for your dollar, not all of them offer the same content, with many branching out with their own exclusive films and shows. If you want to watch the hottest shows, youre often left in a sticky and pricey situation of having to subscribe to multiple services, not to mention the hassle of navigating across different content providers and devices to find the shows you want to watch. Caavo is a media box that will attempt to solve the inconvenience by unifying it all into one experience.

Caavo promises to be intelligent and easy to use, incorporating voice commands to retrieve shows, allowing users to spend less time searching, and more time watching. The device is able to do this by linking all your media services like Amazon, Netflix, Hulu, as well as a traditional cable service and present it into one easy to use interface. While you will still have to link your devices to Caavo, you can do so using one of the eight available HDMI inputs, keeping things looking neat and tidy. Just to be clear, the device isnt a glorified HDMI switcher, it actually utilizes service APIs to create a deep and detailed experience through its UI.

Caavo will make its formal debut in June with shipments expected to take place in September. The box will be available in limited quantities (around 5000 units) in its first run and will cost $399.

Source: Caavo via The Verge

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