Sky’s tiny internet-connected TV streaming device Now TV is now available in high street shops.
The device can be bought from Argos and Currys PC World as of today with boxes going on sale in John Lewis in the coming weeks.
The device will initially come with either a Sky Sports or Sky Movies bundle. For £14.99, the box comes with one day’s access to all Sky Sports channels (usual cost £10).
Read Recombu Digital’s guide to Now TV and our review of the Now TV boxFor £24.99, the box comes with three months of Sky Movies. The usual cost of Sky Movies on Now TV is £8.99, which means the bundle will save punters around £13.
The Now TV Box comes with a wide range of apps including BBC iPlayer, Demand 5, Spotify, Facebook and Flickr. Channel 4’s catch-up TV service, 4oD will be live by the end of the year.
The Now TV Box is also available on its own via the Now TV website for £9.99.
Customers can access Now TV through PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, selected Android smartphones, Xbox, PS3, YouView, LG Smart TVs, selected LG media devices and Roku, with the ability to register up to four devices to watch on the move as well as in the home.
Gidon Katz, Director of Now TV said: “The Now TV Box lets customers instantly transform their regular TV into a Smart TV and these brand new bundles make it even easier for people to access great live sport and the biggest and best movies on their main TV. With Christmas just around the corner, we believe that the Now TV Box will be this year’s ultimate stocking filler.”