via PCWorld
By Jared Newman
January 17,2017

AirTV was one of the most intriguing cord-cutter products to debut at CES earlier this month. It’s an Android-based set-top box that combines Sling TV streams and over-the-air channels into a single interface. AirTV started shipping immediately after its unveiling, while the company—a subsidiary of Dish Network, like Sling—demonstrated full antenna integration at CES.
There’s just one problem: Early adopters aren’t getting what AirTV has been showing off to the press, at least not yet. The current product doesn’t pull over-the-air channels into the Sling TV guide, and an AirTV representative says full integration will require an update that’s coming sometime in “early 2017.”

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