In a press release, Nico Meyer, the CEO of MultiChoice said the launch of the PVR decorder is another innovation which bears testament to their continued investment in technology to ensure DStv delivers the best television experience in Africa.
“The Explora forms part of the continent’s fast technology developments and ensures that our subscribers get the best viewer experience,” said Meyer.
He added that since there is an absence of high speed broadband access for most of Africa, delivering content via satellites remains the most reliable way to ensure their subscribers get the best television, without buffering or waiting for downloads from the internet.
“This move heralds an exciting new era for digital television which allows viewers to gain more control and personalise their DStv viewing experience.”
The Explora introduces additional new features and offers more recording space, providing DStv subscribers with a world of extraordinary entertainment.
With the Explora subscribers can now: View more – with much more Catch Up, viewers can save up to 220 hours of personal recorded content, view one programme while recording the other and record lots more series, movies and sport.
There are also other services like; Discover more – with content discovery, viewers can search for their favorite programmes and find out when next they will air again without surfing the TV guide and Control more – where viewers can pause live TV for up to 2 hours, retain buffering when changing channels, conduct word searches and even personalize individual user themes.
With its ability to meet the most unique viewer needs in the fast changing world, the Explora is an unparalleled technological innovation set to change television as we know it while providing convenience to meet DStv subscriber’s busy and demanding lives.