Sungale Kula TV (IPTV)
|Sungale Kula TV (IPTV)|
|Final Thoughts and Conclusion|
Today we've got a very interesting (and somewhat unique) product on the old BCCHardware test bench, the new Sungale Kula TV media player. This handy little device is designed to stream live TV over Wi-Fi into the palm of your hand with 400+ TV Channels from all over the world for free (no subscription required).
The idea behind the Kula TV is great, everyone would love to tell the old cable company to take a hike and replace them with a free alternative such as the Kula TV. In our review we will test the Kula TV and see if it can live up to what it claims to be able to do.
In addition to the ability to stream live TV, the Kula TV can also play some of your favorite video files or music files from its 2GB internal memory or through the empty microSD card slot. The Kula TV also has a touchscreen on its 4.3" TFT LCD screen.
Let's take a closer look to see what the Kula TV is all about.
Closer Look :
Packaging is pretty straight-forward, everything is packed neatly into the box that you will need to get the Kula TV up and running.
The Kula TV features a 4.3 TFT LCD screen (pictured above, right). The Kula TV features a touchscreen for easy file and feature navigation.
The size of the Kula TV is small enough to easily slide into a pocket or into a briefcase or bag and the antennae on the top folds down for easily storage. As you can see in the pictures above, the Kula TV comes with 3 physical buttons on the top of the unit, you've got your power button and volume buttons, the rest of the controls are all done using the touchscreen.
As you can see in the picture above (right), the Kula TV comes with everything you need to get started. Nothing too out of the ordinary in regards to accessories.
So there you have it, that's what the Kula TV from Sungale looks like, let's move onto the next sections to see how it works.