What is it? a device you plug into your computer to allow you to watch free movies and television plus listen to free radio stations. It puts all of them in one easy location
What does it claim? to be one of the biggest breakthroughs since TV was invented. With RabbitTV you can get more than 5,000 free TV internet channels, 25,000 free movies and 50,000 free radio stations
Who tested it? Recent Northwestern graduate and computer TV watcher Casey Geraldo
What Are The Instructions? What you need to do depends on if you have a PC or a Mac.
For a PC, it's very simple. Just plug RabbitTV into the USB port of your computer. Then just follow the on-screen instructions to register the device.
If you have a Mac, you need to plug RabbitTV into the USB port of your computer. Then double click the RabbitTV icon on your desktop. Next, double click the "Mac" folder and to install just double click the "RabbitTV" application icon. Now follow the on-screen instructions to register the device
If you have any problems or questions, you can get 24-hour support on the Rabbit TV Website.
Did it work? Casey thought it was nice to have all her television options in one central location, but she wasn't so impressed with RabbitTV. At first she thought it might save her money on her Netflix subscription. Turns out she likes to watch more recent shows and she couldn't find them on RabbitTV.
That being said she didn't think RabbitTV was all bad. Casey said it might be beneficial to older people who are not use to surfing the web looking for different television programs. It would centralize it for them.
She found the set up to be very easy and she said while it wouldn't be her first choice for watching television over the Internet, she said it would at least be an option for her, especially since you get one year free just by purchasing RabbitTV.
Cost/Availability? You can purchase Rabbit TV at Bed Bath & Beyond for $9.99.