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Dish's portable DVR is available today

The HopperGo

Dish has finally released its portable DVR, the HopperGo, after announcing it at CES back in January. The HopperGo allows Dish subscribers to transfer content from their set-top box — in this case from the Hopper with Sling, Hopper 2, or Hopper 3 — and watch it anywhere using a private Wi-Fi network created by the HopperGo and the Dish Anywhere app.

The HopperGo has 64GB of storage, which isn't a lot, and it only lasts four hours on a single charge, so don't expect to watch a full season of 30 Rock (I assume everyone still has 30 Rock on their DVRs). But at $99 with no monthly fees, it's cheap enough to pick up and maintain your binge-watching habits wherever you may be.