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Fetch TV TV Mini 4K Set Top Box 34,600 Points @ Qantas Store

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The New Fetch TV Mini 4K is now live on the Qantas Store

Product Details
Fetch TV Mini 4K is Fetch's latest product to launch to market. It comprises endless entertainment opportunities with all the latest Apps, Catch Up TV, Free to Air and subscription channels with intuitive Voice Control, HDR10, HLG & Dolby Vision Support. With UFCE Pay Per View, Premium Channels and Optus sports packages this is the best way to watch your latest movies and sporting options and includes a TV Guide so you don't miss your favourity shows With Universal search functionality across Fetch including select appls such as YouTube you can use the included Voice Activated bluetooth remote to find what you need with ease and simplicity. On Demand services include: Netflix, Stan, Prime, Britbox, 10 All Access, Hayu & More (Subscriptions required). There is a $1 one off activation fee. There is no ongoing cost for the Starter Pack.

Features:
Over 9000 Movies to Buy or Rent
Wide range of 4K Content
Integrated Rotten Tomatoes Reviews
Browse Genre, cast or crew
Universal voice search
Free Android & Apple app compatibility
Mobile Remote Contract
Watch Channels remotely on the go
Universal Search
Simple easy to use Menu
USB Media Supported
Stream Content from your computer to TV
Parental Controls
Add premium Channels pack starting at $6 p/month
Specifications:
120(W) x 122(L) x 32mm(H)
Weight: 0.24kg
Power Consumption: Upto 20W
Model number: H671T

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  • +5 votes

    Those points are worth approx $550 of flights….

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      Yeah. Probably even better for upgrades if available. Also, the 4 tuner version with hard drive (which also supports 4k) is about $450 retail - less with gift cards etc, so thanks for the head's up OP but nah.

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        Fetch mighty is about $340 at good guys commercial. Bought one last week for the Old man.

  • +3 votes

    $195 at bing lee. refurb on ebay for $99.

    • +4 votes

      The refurbs are the older fetch minis, not the new 4k ones.

  • +1 vote

    I have the old fetch mini and not really a big fan of it. The interface is slow and Disney+ is not an available On-Demand option.

    I'd rather get a Chromecast with Google TV as not only it cost less but a lot more user friendly.

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      So maybe this new model is faster?

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    New model is 4K, New Remote I believe… Channel News did a pretty good update on it

    https://www.channelnews.com.au/review-fetch-tv-mini-a-mighty...

    Another point over the Chromecast is the unit offers Optical Out.. Was a deal breaker for me with my projector on the chromecast TV.

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      Why not use arc

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    Projector and AV in different locations… I'm old school :)

    Also showing the new unit will shortly do Britbox which my old man just clued me onto.

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    So specs wise, is this a Vodafone TV replacement?

    Edit: Seen it doesn't support Plex, so that's a bummer.

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    Why not Google Chromecast TV over Fetch?

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    Got it free with Optus internet.