DSTV Mobile iDrifta

The iDrifta is a plug and play mobile DVB-H receiver for Apple iOS devices, which allows the customer to watch television on the go. The iDrifta dongle is completely portable and light weight with a signal receiver which lets the customer receive ...

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Description
The iDrifta is a plug and play mobile DVB-H receiver for Apple iOS devices, which allows the customer to watch television on the go. The iDrifta dongle is completely portable and light weight with a signal receiver which lets the customer receive DVB-H digital signal inDVB-H coverage areas.

The iDrifta is an Apple certified (MFi) device for use with the iPod Touch 4G, iPhone 4 and 4S, and iPad 1 Piad 2 and the 3rd generation iPad. It is compatible with iOS 4.2 and higher. The application is a free download from the Apple AppStore.

The retail price of the device is R499 and included in the package are the device, a micro USB cable to charge the device and the Quick guide.

Features
Supports DVB-H Mobile TV signal reception
Allows a customer to watch Mobile TV on select iOS devices (iPod Touch 4th Generation, iPhone 4/4S, iPad 1,2 and 3rd generation)
Compatible with the DVB-H mobile TV standard
Provides up to 24 hour DVB-H Guide information
Has a signal strength indicator
Small, light-weight and ultra-portable weighing less than 20g
Battery life 3.5 hours
Battery charge time from fully discharged to full charge: 2 hours.

Pricing
DStv Premium subscriber
Fee - No payment.
DStv Mobile will be offered at no extra subscription cost until 31 March 2013.
Other DStv subscriber Fee - Monthly: R49
Non-DStv subscriber
Fee - Monthly: R49
Features
Manufacturer Dstv
Model Number DSTV-iDRIFTA
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iDrifta mobile decoder - new look, same tricks
22 Aug 2012

It's minuscule, no bigger than a box of matches coated in the dreamy shine of an Apple product. Smooth to the touch and reeking of class, the iDrifta causes little to no interference to form factor when plugged into an iPad, but on an iPhone it's more like a cancerous mole grown out of control. Read more here: Gearburn review

By Gearburn