From PC Mag: SpaceX has quietly revealed a new Starlink dish that’s geared toward residential users and will likely offer a boost in broadband quality.
The company published specs, images, and videos of the new dish on Starlink.com, which comes about two months after SpaceX received FCC clearance to sell the hardware.
The most noticeable change is the kickstand. SpaceX decided to ditch the rotating antenna found in the first- and the second-generation Starlink residential dish, the latter of which launched in 2021. Instead, the new model merely needs to face the sky in order to receive the satellite internet. But if the kickstand doesn’t appeal, owners can also configure the new dish with a "pipe adatper" mount that can be fitted for a home’s rooftop.
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