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Here’s some info on how to take your tech gear with you when you go camping. It’s amazing how small and lightweight electronics like laptops, tablets, and even satellite TV equipment has become.

Take Your Home Tech Life Camping with You

There are those campers and hikers who trek out into the wild for the expressed, if cliched desire to get away from it all. Camping for them is a minimalist, more primal experience. Then again, there are some who like trees, sky, rivers and wildlife, but don't want to miss out on the game or what their friends are doing on Facebook. For those less hardcore camping fans, there are items out there that allow them to take their stuff out where their stuff wouldn't naturally be. In this era, when the quality of television crushes the juvenile drivel we see in movie theaters these days and people pay more attention to sports than U.S. military engagements, there are those folks who simply can't live without their TV. Sure, they could DVR everything and enjoy it once they return from their wigwam, but that would require waiting. They must have TV now. For those dedicated viewers, there's the outstanding WInegard Pathway X1 Portable Satellite Antenna (top). The domed receiver is about the size of a microwave oven and comes packed with a DISH receiver to receive the full section of satellite channels. Winegard reports that it's the smallest automatic portable satellite TV antenna available, selling as a bundle for $549. Now, it's not exclusively for camping as it's primarily designed for outdoor uses like tailgating parties and outdoor get-togethers. The receiver needs a power source, so a generator or RV hookups is a must. But, those factors in place, the X1 sets up easily enough through a simple interface and works flawlessly. If you have a TV friendly to outdoor use (like this elite SunBrite version), the X1 guarantees you'll have the same TV service in the middle of nowhere that you have at home. Yes, you can go camping and have your satellite TV too. In the good old days we had transister radios. Now we can watch all the latest satellite TV shows and check our email with lightweight electronics. What’s next? A computer in a watch? Oh, yeah, we already have that. Read more at craveonline.com

Getting out there with Chemo RV

RV dealerships sell everything under the sun, including the equipment you need to to power and connect your computer, tablet, cell phone, and satellite TV. Here’s an examplw of one dealership that can get you on the road in high-tech style. “People want Bluetooth, USB, fireplaces, LED lights, MP3 — everything powered. It’s a very techie industry that fits with our newer customers. The average 30-something now compared to the average 30-something 10 years ago has changed dramatically,” he said. “People want internet and satellite TV when they go camping.” The upcoming generation is changing, however, Bell says. He read recently that people want both plugged and unplugged when it comes to technology. “When they go camping they want to be unplugged: we have a lot of people who want to go off- grid, so we sell a lot of solar inverters and big battery systems so they can go to places where they don’t need power and can be self-sufficient for days or weeks at a time,” he said. “We get both kinds.” Chemo RV does new and used sales, rentals, repairs, parts and storage. There are three journeyman techs in the 150 Mile House location and one journeyman and two apprentices in Quesnel. “When it comes to finding the right RV for you it’s a matter of deciding what you’re going to do with it,” Jason explained. “The weekend warriors want smaller: they want to be outside, and the ones taking a motorhome to live in for work or heading south for months at a time want something bigger. “We will help you find what fits your life and your budget and your family,”  Jason said. He said they share inventory with Quesnel, giving people more convenient options. “Everything on our lot is ready to go within the hour. We want to get you on the road and out where you want to be,” he continued. No need to go to a myriad of places to get connected. Now you can buy everything you need for your satellite TV, computer, and cell phone all in one place - your RV dealership. Read more at wltribune.com
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Here’s some info on how to take your tech gear with you when you go camping. It’s amazing how small and lightweight electronics like laptops, tablets, and even satellite TV equipment has become.

Take Your Home Tech Life Camping with

You

There are those campers and hikers who trek out into the wild for the expressed, if cliched desire to get away from it all. Camping for them is a minimalist, more primal experience. Then again, there are some who like trees, sky, rivers and wildlife, but don't want to miss out on the game or what their friends are doing on Facebook. For those less hardcore camping fans, there are items out there that allow them to take their stuff out where their stuff wouldn't naturally be. In this era, when the quality of television crushes the juvenile drivel we see in movie theaters these days and people pay more attention to sports than U.S. military engagements, there are those folks who simply can't live without their TV. Sure, they could DVR everything and enjoy it once they return from their wigwam, but that would require waiting. They must have TV now. For those dedicated viewers, there's the outstanding WInegard Pathway X1 Portable Satellite Antenna (top). The domed receiver is about the size of a microwave oven and comes packed with a DISH receiver to receive the full section of satellite channels. Winegard reports that it's the smallest automatic portable satellite TV antenna available, selling as a bundle for $549. Now, it's not exclusively for camping as it's primarily designed for outdoor uses like tailgating parties and outdoor get-togethers. The receiver needs a power source, so a generator or RV hookups is a must. But, those factors in place, the X1 sets up easily enough through a simple interface and works flawlessly. If you have a TV friendly to outdoor use (like this elite SunBrite version), the X1 guarantees you'll have the same TV service in the middle of nowhere that you have at home. Yes, you can go camping and have your satellite TV too. In the good old days we had transister radios. Now we can watch all the latest satellite TV shows and check our email with lightweight electronics. What’s next? A computer in a watch? Oh, yeah, we already have that. Read more at craveonline.com

Getting out there with Chemo RV

RV dealerships sell everything under the sun, including the equipment you need to to power and connect your computer, tablet, cell phone, and satellite TV. Here’s an examplw of one dealership that can get you on the road in high-tech style. “People want Bluetooth, USB, fireplaces, LED lights, MP3 — everything powered. It’s a very techie industry that fits with our newer customers. The average 30-something now compared to the average 30-something 10 years ago has changed dramatically,” he said. “People want internet and satellite TV when they go camping.” The upcoming generation is changing, however, Bell says. He read recently that people want both plugged and unplugged when it comes to technology. “When they go camping they want to be unplugged: we have a lot of people who want to go off-grid, so we sell a lot of solar inverters and big battery systems so they can go to places where they don’t need power and can be self-sufficient for days or weeks at a time,” he said. “We get both kinds.” Chemo RV does new and used sales, rentals, repairs, parts and storage. There are three journeyman techs in the 150 Mile House location and one journeyman and two apprentices in Quesnel. “When it comes to finding the right RV for you it’s a matter of deciding what you’re going to do with it,” Jason explained. “The weekend warriors want smaller: they want to be outside, and the ones taking a motorhome to live in for work or heading south for months at a time want something bigger. “We will help you find what fits your life and your budget and your family,”  Jason said. He said they share inventory with Quesnel, giving people more convenient options. “Everything on our lot is ready to go within the hour. We want to get you on the road and out where you want to be,” he continued. No need to go to a myriad of places to get connected. Now you can buy everything you need for your satellite TV, computer, and cell phone all in one place - your RV dealership. Read more at wltribune.com
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