Many of the TV makers are launching new 4K TVs, although the providers that offer 4K content are still a bit thin on the ground, and now Dish has announced a new 4K set top box.
The Dish 4K Joey is the company’s new 4K capable set top box, and the company has said that it will offer 4K content from a number of providers.
The 4K Joey features H.265/HEVC enhanced compression decoding to support 4Kp60 10-bit video format (excluding graphics), in addition to MPEG-4 and MPEG-2. It also uses MoCA 2.0 and 1.1 technology to connect to the Home Video Network for satellite programming and DVR services via a Hopper or Hopper with Sling. For the very best picture quality in home entertainment, turn to the 4K Joey from DISH!
As well as being apple to display 4K TV, the Dish 4K Joey will also be able to display two channels side by side in HD.
The company has said that their new 4K TV set top box will be launching some time in quarter two of this year, you can find out more information at the link below.