San Francisco: Elon Musk’s electric vehicle (EV) company Tesla has reportedly installed Starlink antennas on Supercharger stations to provide homeowners with a satellite network while their electric vehicles are charging. According to Electrek, a Reddit guy was watching footage of Starlink at the Supercharger Station in Lake City, Florida, which coincided with the official title of Dishy McFlatface.
Electric car company Tesla, led by Elon Musk, reaches a market cap of $1 trillion for the first time. The report says that the Starlink court makes WiFi available to those charging their cars, and standard connectivity allows drivers to tap into a variety of in-car entertainment while charging electric vehicles.
Tesla develops in-car entertainment apps similar to Tesla Theatre, which includes Netflix, Youtube, Twitch, and various streaming apps, and Tesla Arcade, which includes a variety of video games. Owners of first-class connectivity, a $10 monthly subscription for high data apps, can take advantage of this possibility via Tesla’s LTE cellular connection.
Starlink is SpaceX’s Satellite TV Challenge for PC, which aims to put nearly 12,000 satellites into low-earth orbit, where they will provide broadband web protection to people living on land, especially in remote and rural areas where conventional internet access is not available. there is .
SpaceX launched its Starlink Beta model in October 2020, which allows customers in select geographic areas of the United States to purchase the company’s launch equipment, including a 23-inch wide plate or circular person terminal, assembly kit, and WiFi-Router and all the cables you want.
Starting price is $499 for equipment, then $99 per month for protection. Customers now have the option of purchasing this new rectangular plate, which is just 12 inches high and 19 inches long. At 9.2 kilograms, this is almost half the payload of the unique 16-kilogram tray. However, the cost of buying bond options does not appear to have changed.