Currently available to all new orders fulfilled in the US, per Starlink’s website, the new dish is smaller and lighter than the previous design, weighing in at 9.2 pounds. The company’s shop offers a number of mounting options for rooftops, yards and home exteriors, though the dish is also designed to stand on its own legs for ground-level installation, or to support a quick setup for the purpose of testing the connection.
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The new dish also comes with a new router. Like the previous one, it’s a Wi-Fi 5 device, but the MU-MIMO capabilities have been increased from 2×2 to 3×3, meaning that it supports three independent channels of simultaneous traffic that bring multiple devices online at once or combine to boost the speeds to client devices with multiple antennas of their own. The new router loses the Ethernet port of the original, so if you want to connect a third-party router of your own, you’ll need to purchase a separate Etherlink adapter from the Starlink shop.
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