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Fetch TV Mini review

Appeared in finder.com.au, written by Brodie Fogg |

Fetch TV Mini Review


The teeny-tiny Fetch sheds its bulk, internal memory and 4K capabilities, but it does offer a neat and tidy home for all your streaming needs.

Fetch TV is taking some big strides to become the Australian set-top box of choice. Unlike its biggest subscription TV competitor, Foxtel, Fetch is welcoming the streaming competition with open arms, fostering a symbiotic relationship between popular on-demand streaming services and Fetch's convenient content hub.

Fetch is more interested in lounge room real estate than becoming the next Netflix. With that goal in mind Fetch is releasing the new lite version of its Mighty set-top box, the Fetch Mini.

What's the difference between Fetch Mighty and Mini?


The Fetch TV Mini is essentially a scaled down version of the Mighty. Not just in size, but in video output, storage and free-to-air tuners. Check out the table below for a complete comparison between the Fetch Gen2, Fetch Mighty and Fetch Mini.


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Written by Brodie Fogg for finder.com.au | 01-Jul-2016
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