King adding new powerful Wi-Fi extender for RVs

  King, a Minnesota-based designer and manufacturer of satellites and antennas, will begin marketing a powerful Wi-Fi antenna this fall. The King Falcon will be out this October (2017) and is geared for RV, camper, and mobile home owners. The device is part omni-directional antenna, which gathers signals from all around it, and part directional antenna, which points to a... Read More

Verizon “dirty tricks” hit RV group below the belt

  By Russ and Tiña De Maris Imagine getting mobile Internet service for less than $50 a month — along with a free device to connect you to the network. And tack on a provider who has (reportedly) the best coverage in the U.S. That’s what members (and prospective members) of FMCA (Family Motor Coach Association) got pretty excited about... Read More

Winegard’s new ConnecT RV Internet WiFi + 4G LTE Extender

  By Bob Difley Introducing the Winegard ConnecT 4G1, a fully-integrated system that works together for maximum security, faster RV internet speeds, and increased range from any WiFi source. Plus, when WiFi is not available, it links to a reliable nationwide 4G LTE network for uninterrupted RV internet streaming while traveling anywhere. The Winegard ConnecT 4G1 helps keep mobile devices,... Read More

Winegard debuts new gadgets at RV trade show

  News release from Winegard LOUISVILLE, Ky., Nov. 29, 2016 — Winegard announced today that it will display a host of new electronic gadgets at the National RV Trade Show. In the newly-designed booth this year, the company will showcase the Winegard ConnecT Wi-Fi range extender, both the Wi-Fi version that is available now and the WiFi + 4G LTE, which will be... Read More

Snowbird RVers can get DSL or cable Internet service

  By Chris Guld, www.geeksontour.com We’ve written a lot of articles here about how RV travelers can get Internet service.  All the options are some type of wireless service (Wi-Fi, Cellular, Satellite) because there is no wire that stretches with your RV down the road! But wired is almost always better than wireless, it’s more reliable, it’s usually faster, *and*... Read More