A quick stop by the Intel pavilion here at NAB 2012 revealed our friends from Ceton hiding within, and even though we just saw the Q DVR and Echo companion extender on our last trip to Vegas a few months ago, there’s a few new items to show already. As shown above, the mobile companion app that we had only seen so far on Windows Phone 7 is also up and running on Android and iOS. While the apps are still very early in their development they’re already running smoothly with metadata provided by Rovi and the usual set of features for DVR scheduling and management. Each one is designed specifically for the platform it’s running on, rather than pulling the same UI from one device to all. This seems like a good approach to us, but Ceton’s looking for feedback from potential users about what they might prefer. Speaking of potential users — all those interested in this hardware should keep an eye out as we’re told that the plan is to have a beta for the DTS-compatible Echo extender “soon”, likely within a few weeks.