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This sleek, compact, automatic portable antenna not only looks good, it requires minimal space making it super easy to take with you wherever you go!
MAXIMIZE YOUR VIEWING POTENTIAL by bundling with 2 DISH Receivers and Pay As You Go programming for a complete entertainment solution.
With Pay-As-You-Go TV, there is no contract required, so you pay only for the months you use. When the season is over, simply stop your service without penalty.
The DISH ViP®211z is a high-definition (HD), single-tuner satellite receiver that is perfect for mobile use and supports pay-as-you-go programming. Smaller and lighter than previous models, with a processor more than twice as fast as previous models and with twice the internal memory. Its compact design (2”h x 12.9”w x 8.9”d) is perfect in limited space. The ViP®211z supports one TV in high-definition (HD) or standard-definition (SD), four display resolutions and Dolby® Surround Sound.
Coupled with DISH Pay-As-You-Go program and a Portable HD Satellite Antenna, this is a mobile customer's ultimate package for satellite TV on the open road. DISH's Pay-As-You-Go program is simple & effective: No Activation Fees. No Disconnect Fees. No Restart Fees. Add to your existing DISH home account for $7/mo or purchase pay-as-you-go service in 30 day increments with no contract
Compatible Satellite Antennas
* 2"H x 12.9"W x 8.9"D
* 110 volt
* Infrared remote control included
* HDMI (HD) video output
* RCA composite (SD) video output
* Over-the-air input: requires USB OTA Tuner #73913, sold separately
* Tuner module: 8PSK
* DRAM memory: 256 MB
* Flash memory: 32 MB
* Processor speed: 100 DMIPS
* Receiver family: Solo HD (411, ViP 211, ViP 211k, 211z)
* User interface: Gandalf
* Modem for caller ID/DISHComm: no
Note: The ViP211z is comparable to the 211k and is compatible with all DISH-specific satellite antennas, including the Tailgater by DISH.
International channels are now only broadcasting on satellite 118w and are no longer on the eastern arc. As a result, there are no mobile antennas capable of picking up these channels.