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eye TV 3.6.9 HEVC (Version 7512) now requires Intel Core i5 running at at least 2.5 Ghz and a minimum of 4GB available RAM, compared with 3.5 GHz and 8Gb RAM in the previous build (7511).
Both sticks are now available on both the UK and German versions of Amazon and both sticks would already receive the UK version of DVB-T2 under the previous release. In Germany, H.265 (HEVC) will be used, for which the stick has been, in the words of the manufacturer, "prepared".
Wohnort notes that this latest release brings HEVC reception within the capability of the roving Wohnort Mac Book Pro and stick.
System Requirements: eye TV Version 3.6.8 / OSX 10.11.x For PC users, Total TV Player is available to download for Windows 8 or later.
(2.5 GHz Intel/AMD Core Duo (or similar), 4GB RAM) For a limited period, PURE is offering free upgrades to UK customers, unlocking DAB+ reception on compatible radios.
A computer with a USB port will be required to perform the upgrade. In the UK, the last remaining bastion of died-in-the-wool, "original-flavour"-only DAB receivers is the range of own-brand radios sold by the major supermarket chains. With the new UK digital radio tick mark now specifying DAB+ capability (among other welcome things) to qualify, it can't be long now.