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Portable DVR for DISH subscribers

The latest streaming Generation!

Hopper Go is a tiny device that allows Dish users to record up to 100 hours of DVR recordings in an external drive with a 64GB built-in storage. 5 users can access the recordings at the same time using it as Hotspot, iPhones and Android devices are able to join the private cloud of Hopper Go. The battery lasts up to 4 hours and it's been optimized for mobile devices without using your space and data plan.

Connect your Hopper Go to your DVR to transfer your recorded shows using the USB cable and simple steps on your screen. Once your shows are transferred you can unplug it and roam your favorite shows on-the-go without charges.

Tech Specifications

  • No mobile data usage required
  • No mobile data storage required
  • Connect up to 5 mobile devices
  • Private Wi-Fi network
  • 100 hours of storage
  • 4-hour battery pack
  • 64 GB flash drive
  • 2.4 ounces
  • Compatible with any iOS- or Android-powered smartphone or tablet

Hopper Go - FAQs

Up to 20 minutes per hour of programming. To ensure quick transfers, turn on Smart Prepare for Mobile. On your Hopper, go to Menu > Settings > Timer Defaults > Smart Prepare for Mobile.

Your Hopper needs to be internet-connected in order to pair with DISH Anywhere and transfer content to the HopperGO.

No. Only one device can view a specific recording, but other devices may watch different recordings at the same time.

No. Only a user signed into your DISH Anywhere account can access content on your HopperGO.

The HopperGO only pairs to one Hopper at a time. If you connect your HopperGO to a second Hopper, the HopperGO will be reformatted and your transferred content will be lost.

It depends on the channel the program was on. Certain content providers limit the number of devices a recording can be held on. If the recording will be deleted upon transfer, a message will appear on-screen notifying you of the deletion and confirming if you want to complete the transfer.

No. Content can only be watched using the DISH Anywhere app.
No. The HopperGO’s Wi-Fi network only functions as a way for mobile devices to connect to the HopperGO.
The HopperGO can last up to four hours on a full charge.
The HopperGO can hold up to 100 hours of content.
  • Up to five devices can use the HopperGO at one time.