\r\n\r\nIf you pine for TV any where you go, and just can't afford the bandwidth and agro involved with setting up a Slingbox, then you don't have to look much further than Dyle's offering. \u00a0Recently EyeTV Mobile launched an iOS only compatible product, leaving many of those without an Apple tablet or smartphone out in the cold. \u00a0But not any more. If you want a tablet with full features, give our Lenovo IdeaPad Mix 10 review a read.\r\n\r\nToday, RCA of all companies announced the DMT580D, an Android tablet. \u00a0It would appear to be the first of its kind to include dual built-in TV tuners - Dyle and DTV. \u00a0 \u00a0Dyle is a pay for service, which means you'll have to incur a monthly cost, but with it comes 130 channels from a variety of content providers. If you're looking to stretch your dollar a bit further, fear not, as you'll still be able to pick up local broadcasts thanks to DTV support. If you want a different kind of tablet, you should also read our review of Samsung's 700Z0A-A01 Z670 tablet PC (might be shipping).\r\n\r\nOther features include an 8-inch 1024x768 IPS screen, WiFi, dual cameras, and GPS. \u00a0The whole get-up is powered by a\u00a0\u00a0a Cortex A5 1GHz processor with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of built-in storage (expandable by microSD card slot). \u00a0I don't know how svelte it is, but at 1.4lbs it's more than twice as heavy as the iPad Mini, which mind you doesn't include a TV tuner. \u00a0Battery life is a reported 4-hours when streaming TV and 10-hours when surfing the web.\r\n\r\nRCA plans to sell the\u00a0DMT580D tablet for $299 and while the company hasn't said where, I've got a sneaking\u00a0suspicion\u00a0you'll see it at your local Radio Shack soon enough.\r\n\r\nOf note, it would seem that RCA plans to sell a less version, the\u00a0DDA850R, along side it. \u00a0It's not clear what the difference it between the two, though I'm confident it will be cheaper and probably sport a less powerful processor.