The gaining popularity of streaming services due to being stuck at home has forced people to upgrade their TVs. But if you can’t afford a brand new smart TV, then you can get accessories like this new Globe Streamwatch 2-in-1.

Exclusively available to Globe at Home subscribers, the Globe Streamwatch 2-in-1 Entertainment Box runs on the trusty Android TV operating system. This gives you access to a slew of streaming services like HBO Go, YouTube, WeTV, Viu, and possibly Disney Plus if it ever makes it here in the Philippines.

Like most Android TV boxes, it has Chromecast built-in, so you can cast online videos from your smart device (smartphone, laptops, tablets, etc.), or stream your device’s screen directly to the TV.

The compact remote has a built-in microphone and a Google Assistant button so you can ask questions, command, or automate your home.

Besides its smart features, the Streamwatch 2-in-1 can also access free-to-air local TV channels like A2Z, GMA, TV5, and more.

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The Globe Streamwatch 2-in-1 is exclusively available to Globe at Home users for a one-time payment of Php3,599 or via installment of Php149 added to your monthly bill for two years. As a bonus, you can get free 3-month subscription to HBO Go, Viu, iQiyi, WeTV, and 1 year of discovery+ and free delivery.

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  1. There are other Android TV boxes out there that can provide more channel options and system updates and far more affordable than what Globe is offering with their obsolete device.

  2. They don’t list netflix, which requires payment for a certification for HD. I bought an older Xtreme–for the digital channels. And it was interesting. It never got updates, it sat on a 2018 patch level forever. It was oddly like a smashed together hotspot and android TV–two management interfaces. I had to hack it to even get on the wifi, the password they provided was wrong. It was LTE, not LTE-A… So max 3mbit download. Max. And, it was done in such a way that I couldn’t plug any kind of ethernet into it (including usb adapters) and put it on a usable network. Not again.