Tailgaters everywhere can now celebrate.
This means no more carrying to trying to set up a heavy satellite dish on your vehicle.
For the real sports and HD TV fan, DISH has announced their new Pathway X1 and X2 HD TV antennas. Here's a little preview to catch your attention- the Pathway X2 gives you the ability to watch different HD channels on two TV’s simultaneously. That means multiple sporting events at the same time.
Some good points about these little satellite antennas:
Both of these satellites work on the pay-as-you-go model, so you don’t have to be a DISH customer to use them. There are monthly service packages that allow you to be selective as to when you would like to have service. This will save you money in that you don’t have to pay for months you won’t use DISH.
Both new antennas feature automatic satellite acquisition for easy setup.
These two antennas allow access to every HD English channel available to typical residential subscribers, along with SiriusXM music channels within the America’s Top 120 package or higher. Both also include automatic self-pointing satellite acquisition technology that allows customers to get the antenna working and see live HD television in less than 15 minutes. Pretty darn quick.
DISH has always made it a point to bring the latest technology to their customers.
“Must-see games, shows and entertainment – only DISH delivers portable HD satellite antennas that make it easy and affordable for consumers to enjoy all their programming including their SiriusXM music stations wherever life takes them,” said Bassil El-Khatib, DISH vice president of product management. “The Pathway X1 and X2 for DISH are the latest in portable satellite technology that brings the big game to the big screen while on the go.”
Per DISH, here are the two new products:
- Pathway X1 for DISH: The smallest portable antenna available today, it offers convenience in watching HD TV while on the go.
- Pathway X2 for DISH: The Pathway X2 offers the ability to watch different HD channels on two TVs simultaneously.