Congratulations - you will be able to watch TV Everywhere with the ViP®922 SlingLoaded™ DVR.
However, to optimize your viewing experience, you may want to increase the speed of your home broadband connection. Review minimum system requirements from the link below.
Your computer meets the minimum requirements for TV Everywhere viewing.
System Recommendations for Video Streaming
Network Requirements HD Streaming Bandwidth of 3 Mbps or higher (same for upstream bandwidth for viewing from outside home network)
VGA Streaming Bandwidth of 600 Kbps or higher (same for upstream bandwidth for viewing from outside home network)
QVGA or Mobile Streaming Bandwidth of 150 Kbps or higher (same for upstream bandwidth for viewing from outside home network)
PC Requirements HD Streaming Intel 2.4 GHz Core 2 duo class processor with 2 GB of RAM
SD/QVGA Streaming Pentium IV class
Operating System Microsoft XP, Vista, or Windows 7
Mac Requirements HD Streaming Intel 2.8 GHz Core 2 duo class processor with 2 GB of RAM
SD/QVGA Streaming Same as HD
Operating System OS 10.5.7 or higher
Browser Specifications Internet Explorer Version 7 or higher
Fire Fox Version 3.5 or higher
Safari Version 4.0 or higher
1 Linksys WRT400N Simultaneous Dual-Band Wireless-N Router
2 D-Link DGL-4500 Xtreme N Gaming Router
3 D-Link EBR-2310 Ethernet Broadband Router
4 Netgear RP614 Web Safe Router
5 Netgear WNDR3300 Rangemax Dual Band Wireless-N Router
It sounds like I need to run CAT-5 from my modem/router to the 722k and I should be all set. I am most interested in listening to local news during work on my lunch hour. I guess I can find a wi-fi hotspot or add data to my Android Garminfone. Since I am on T-Mobile and they offer 200MB data option for $10, does anybody know about how much TV I could watch with 200MB? I assume that I would go through that very quickly.
I was also thinking that this would be a neat application to use with an Android tablet. I know the Dell Streak (AKA Dell Mini 5) is available and the Samsung Galaxy Tab is starting to become available. I think that the price is still too high, but like many things electronic, the prices will come down. I think either a 5" or 7" tablet might be pretty nice for a little bit of DISH on the go!
Edited by Jim148, 13 November 2010 - 05:52 PM.