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Stephen Ross, owners of the Dolphins, has unveiled his product called FanVision, which will give crazed NFL fanatics the opportunity to trade the high cost of good stadium seats for more modest ones and still glimpse the best–and multiple–viewing angles, replays, and of course, the chance to see all the cheerleaders in action at the games. The FanVision device is essentially a portable handheld TV that will work in 12 NFL stadiums for home games as well as for football games at the University of Michigan, and will sell for $199–which is considerably cheaper if you decide to go to multiple games and want good view of the action than to have to fork over a pretty penny or two to get good seats.

FanVision is saying that the normal retail price for the device is $249, and that first year activations are waived, which implies that there is a recurring annual cost to ownership after the initial year.

The main features of FanVision are listed after the break, along with stadium information for those interested fans.

These are some of the features of FanVision:

  • Instant replay from multiple angles, including replays not offered on television or on the in-stadium video screens
  • Out Of Town Games
  • Real time stats from the home game and around the league
  • NFL Red Zone
  • Live Fantasy Football updates
  • The Network telecast of the home football game
  • On-Demand video featuring club-produced content
  • Cheerleader Cam
  • Highlight reel of the game

Here are the stadiums where FanVision will work:

  • Arizona Cardinals
  • Buffalo Bills
  • Chicago Bears
  • Cleveland Browns
  • Denver Broncos
  • Miami Dolphins
  • Minnesota Vikings
  • New York Jets
  • Philadelphia Eagles
  • Seattle Seahawks
  • St. Louis Rams
  • Washington Redskins
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