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$229 Korean TVpad M311 On Sale now! Watch LIVE channels with no Monthly Fees!

papabear220 76 54 May 28, 2012 at 11:26 AM in Tech & Electronics (8)
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Last Edited by papabear220 June 5, 2012 at 12:26 PM
(visit for simple step by step instructions on how to purchase the TVpad on their official website, which is currently in Korean)

Earlier this year there was a deal on the chinese TVpad and it received excellent feedback and many issues that were speculated mostly never occurred (e.g. popular TVB/ATV channels going down, lack of customer support/firmware updates).

TVpad had since announced a Korean version of the TVpad and it's now officially on sale!

For those who don't know, the Korean TVpad, in short, gives you access to many local Korean channels live without any subscriptions or fees.

The official retail price per unit is $259. With the $30 off coupon code 17388010 you can receive a $30 discount for the price of $229 per unit!

Their official site is in Korean, and many in the past have had problems reading the Chinese TVpad website. For more information in English, you can check out this site []:

This is their official website:

I am personally a user of the M121 Chinese TVpad and has been very pleased with the product so far (been a user for 9 months). Many were suspecting (myself included) that certain channels may potentially go down but after months of speculating all but one of their many apps are still working very well. The consistency and quality of the channels and the large number of selection of on-demand videos are definitely a pleasant surprise. Of course these are just my opinions.

Edit: There seems to be confusion about the version of TVpad discussed in this thread. The product discussed is the M311 Korean TVpad, so I removed the information regarding the Chinese TVpad (M120/121). Feel free to PM me for questions regarding those.
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Last Edited by papabear220 June 5, 2012 at 12:25 PM
Some users are having difficulty making the purchase since the site is in Korean. Until TVpad comes out with an English version of the pages, you can visit: for simple step by step instructions on how to buy the TVpad on their official website.

They are currently not taking any phone orders, but you can call (0082) 070-76885727 for customer service and product inquiry.

[TVpad purchase and payment related]

1. Where can be purchased other than TVpad site?
Authorized seller AliExpress:

TVpad announced that an English version of the site will be out within the next several days, before June 1st.


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Hows image quality on these?
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its decent with hdmi. more clear than non-hdtv.
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Does any store sell them in the San Gabriel Valley? Thanks.
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Free Korean programming here: or here

No sign in, no spamming. Just free Korean TV.
I used to love watching some soaps and movies on Arirang TV years back. No cable now. Your links dont have subtitles Frown Anyway to get english subtitles. I do not understand Korean.
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I wonder if anyone else gotten it. I got on locally, and I found that the remote control manual missing. or it doesn't include it? It is "supposed" to be a universal remote too. However, no manual on how to program or use the remote...

Does anyone have the same problem?

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video of it in action. looks like HD quality to me. if anyone can confirm it's outputting at 720p+ that'd be great.
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