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While tailgate parties have been around for sometime now, you don’t hear about manufacturers creating products just for them too often; enter DISH Network’s latest satellite TV antenna – the Tailgater. Aptly named so, the Tailgater is a portable satellite TV antenna that lets users tune into their favorite channels on their HD TVs wherever they are – from the back of a truck in a stadium parking lot, or a camp site for RVs, the Tailgater ensures users don’t miss their shows while they’re not at home.
The Tailgater weighs only 10-pounds, which makes it easy to carry around, and it automatically locates satellite positions, with no need for manual adjustment. Perfect for people who get tired of trying to figure out what which is the best direction to point their satellite dish at every time they move to a different site. The Tailgater connects to a DISH Network ViP 211k ($149) which then connects to a HDTV (sold separately). DISH users can also user their existing accounts to service the Tailgater system. The DISH Network Tailgater is available now and will set you back $350. Find out more.
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