Tenderbox LLC Launches YouBeam Allowing Users to Search the Web for Video Content and Then Beam It to Their TV

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YouBeam is a small device that fits in the palm of a person’s hand, but it’s a big game changer for people who are tired of high cable bills. Windows, Android and soon Mac (iOS) users can simply plug the device into their TV, connect it to their WiFi network, and start beaming free Internet content directly to their TV through the YouBeam video browser – allowing users to drop their expensive cable TV subscriptions.

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Tenderbox LLC has launched a new product called YouBeam for people who are fed up with cable TV companies and their big bills each month.

'YouBeam offers users features Apple TV, Roku, Google Chromecast and Google TV just don’t offer,' said Tenderbox LLC CTO Patrick Zuili.

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Tenderbox LLC today announced that they have launched a new product called YouBeam for people who are fed up with cable TV companies. YouBeam is comprised of two products that work together to help users search for free Web content and then watch it directly on their TV.

The first product is a browser that lets the user surf the web safely for videos that do not contain viruses, adware, and annoying pop-up ads. The browser also has a video search engine that helps users find exactly what they are looking for online. The second product is a hardware device that is so small it fits in the palm of a person’s hand. This device attaches to a TV through an HDMI port and easily connects to any WiFi network in range using the browser’s interface. The browser has a special remote control feature that allows the user to “beam” most video from the web directly to their TV through the YouBeam device.

“We originally created YouBeam for ourselves and now we want to share it with everyone who is fed up with cable providers like Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Charter - and their outrageous cable bills,” said Tenderbox LLC CEO Daren Stabinski. “Cord cutting with cable providers is on the rise, and we’re confident millions of unsatisfied cable customers will embrace YouBeam."

Stabinski added, "People should not have to pay for premium cable when there is so much great video content you don't have to pay for on the Internet. In the past the problem has always been that people did not know how to find video content you don't have to pay for - or when they did - they were bombarded with viruses, adware, and pop-up ads. YouBeam solves all these problems and then lets you easily watch video content you locate on the web - directly on your TV.”

YouBeam is easy to use. Users can surf the web just like any other browser or type what they are looking for into the YouBeam search bar. When a user finds the video they want (and as long as it is compatible), the “Beam” button changes from red to green. Press the button and the video starts automatically playing on the TV. The browser has additional buttons to stop, pause, FF, and RW the video while it’s playing on TV.

“YouBeam offers users features Apple TV, Roku, Google Chromecast and Google TV just don’t offer,” said Tenderbox LLC CTO Patrick Zuili.

The YouBeam browser is a one-time charge of $5. The company is holding an “Early Bird” sale with each YouBeam device now only $34. This includes a browser download and shipping. This sale is limited to the first 500 buyers. After the sale, the price will be $49.95 for the the device. The YouBeam subscription to activate the beaming feature on the browser is $3.99 per month, with the first month at no charge. Visit http://www.youbeam.tv for product information.

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