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10-Jul-2017 14:45

Its 2.1-by-16-by-11.4-inch (HWD) black frame is similar in size, but with flatter sides and a bright red band that runs around the front panel as an accent.The front panel is glossy black plastic with a flip-down door on the left half that reveals a variety of controls, and a USB 2.0 port on the right half.This is a full-screen multi-source viewing mode that lets you watch four channels or DVR recordings at once.Each source takes up a full quarter of the screen, so if you have a 4K HDTV, you can watch four HD channels at the same time.Last year's upgrade added Sling-powered place-shifting, letting you watch Dish programming outside of the house.

The basics, like the program guide and DVR controls, remain similar to past iterations, but a new pop-up Apps menu offers easy access to new functionality.The Cable CARD slot now sits on the left side of the box.The back panel holds a plethora of connections, including HDMI, component, and composite video outputs, an optical audio output, two USB 3.0 ports, two Ethernet ports, a phone port, a coaxial Jack for the satellite connection, a coaxial jack for the remote control radio antenna, and a power connector.It also more than doubles the number of tuners in the box to 16, adds a fantastic full-screen four-channel multi-view Sports Bar mode, and features a redesigned, slimmer remote.There isn't a whole lot of 4K content to watch on the 0 box just yet, but considering it's available as a free upgrade for qualifying Dish subscribers when coupled with a monthly whole-home DVR fee (the same as the previous Hopper), it's a no-brainer upgrade for future-proofing your Dish service.

The basics, like the program guide and DVR controls, remain similar to past iterations, but a new pop-up Apps menu offers easy access to new functionality.

The Cable CARD slot now sits on the left side of the box.

The back panel holds a plethora of connections, including HDMI, component, and composite video outputs, an optical audio output, two USB 3.0 ports, two Ethernet ports, a phone port, a coaxial Jack for the satellite connection, a coaxial jack for the remote control radio antenna, and a power connector.

It also more than doubles the number of tuners in the box to 16, adds a fantastic full-screen four-channel multi-view Sports Bar mode, and features a redesigned, slimmer remote.

There isn't a whole lot of 4K content to watch on the 0 box just yet, but considering it's available as a free upgrade for qualifying Dish subscribers when coupled with a monthly whole-home DVR fee (the same as the previous Hopper), it's a no-brainer upgrade for future-proofing your Dish service.

There are even simple games like Solitaire, though like most HDTV-based games, they seem like an afterthought.