The NFL Network has launched a new product that lets fans watch games in HD using their mobile devices, a new device that costs $300.
The new product, called the Sceptre Monitor, is the first of its kind and it lets fans stream NFL games in their home via a mobile device or PC using the NFL’s “sceptresense” technology.
It can also be used as a streaming source for live games on television, according to NFL.com.
The Sceptresence technology allows the user to remotely control a TV or monitor with the use of a mobile app.
In other words, it lets users view and record game broadcasts and broadcast audio for playback later.
The NFL Network launched its “sensors” for live sports on its mobile apps and the Sensors team also provides “sensing capabilities” for streaming live sports through the NFLs smartphone app.
The company announced the new device at its 2017 Super Bowl 50 media event in Pasadena, California, on Wednesday.
It was developed with the help of former NFL analyst Steve Palazzolo, who helped to create the NFL Sensors technology that allows the users to remotely manage a TV with the S4 remote.
The new device has a touchscreen and is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 processor, which has a maximum clock speed of 2,400MHz.
The $300 device includes a 1080p display, an HDMI port, and USB-C port.
It also comes with a built-in wireless camera and microphone that can capture HD video at 30fps and 720p.
It’s also the first S4 device to have a 3G antenna, which can be used to stream sports in HD.
“This is the kind of technology that enables us to provide our viewers a new level of immersion and control in watching the game,” NFL Network VP of programming Eric DeCosta said in a statement.
“The NFL is constantly improving our ability to offer our fans a new way to interact with our games.
We can’t wait to show you what this new technology brings.”
The NFL Senses, which the company calls “The Sensors Team,” has received accolades from other sports teams.
The Chicago Bears announced on Wednesday that they were partnering with the NFL to bring a new S4-powered wireless camera to the NFL offices.
The team also announced the introduction of a S4 app to stream games to mobile devices.
The Senses team has also built a device that can stream live game broadcasts to smartphones, tablets and other devices.
This device, which costs $100, is powered exclusively by Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processors.
It supports streaming HD video and streaming audio at 60fps, 120fps, and 240fps.
The devices are available now for pre-order for $300, according a company representative.