Sep 7, 2011

DISH Network Tailgater

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DISH Network-Tailgater

The DISH Network Tailgater is ideal for tailgating, camping, RVing and even backyard BBQs! Weighing only 10 pounds, it's easy to carry from one adventure to another, bringing live satellite TV to all of your favorite outdoor activities.

Ever been in the parking lot of the big game, having a tailgate party and wanted to watch the big game inside the arena? Now you can with DISH Network's new mobile TV system called Tailgater. At first glance the box actually looks like a barbecue unit, but when you open it up you'll see a compact satellite dish that automatically rotates to lock into the best signal position. Hooking it up to an AC power source and your receiver box enables you to view DISH and Bell TV content. The best part is the box stays closed, so you never have to expose your antenna to the elements. The unit currently works with the Dish ViP 2111k HD receiver and you'll need a 110V power connection to make it all work.
Normal satellite rates do apply but DISH is offering something unique for this product. You can go month to month and activate and deactivate when you want (there is an additional monthly fee for this plan) so if you are using it for sports, you can connect when the season starts and then easily disconnect when the season is over. You could also just use it for a month, say if you were doing a cross-country trip in your RV and only needed it for a few weeks. The Tailgater has been specifically designed for those who love to live on the road, it's durable and portable (it weighs 10lbs) and it's been designed to withstand weather in case conditions suddenly arrive.


Nicole_Tee said...

Within the 2 years I have been working for DISH Network, I have seen them release numerous gadgets and innovative technology that makes DISH the best source of entertainment. The Tailgater is the only portable satellite dish that is easy to use and is the lowest priced. The Tailgater is making mobile HDTV convenient and affordable, and it has been announced as an International CES Innovations 2012 Design and Engineering Awards Honoree.

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