I remember when a drive was $1.00 per MB back in the mid '90's.
If I remember right the first HD for home use were around $1000 per meg.
I very clearly remember buying a ST251-1 in 1988 or 1989 for $400 and it had ~40M usable. So that would be $10/MB
The genie client relies on the main genie unit to get it's signal. If you put both units in your rv, you'd be fine, but he's right if what you were trying to do is to *just* take the genie client on the road and leave the main unit home.
i'm a serial switcher. I'm on my 5th switch since ~1995.
I always find a better deal by switching than calling customer retention of current provider.
I just went from dishnetwork $84.09 a month to directv for $56.29 for first 12 months and $66.29 for the second 12 months. Similar 150ish channels--no movies--except for the 3 months free package that they also gave me.
We recently bought an Epson Workforce 545 wireless for $89 to take with us South.
The Epson ink costs just about as much as the printer! :(
Me too, but I bought a refill kit for $99 from Silo Ink, which will cut my costs significantly!
If I'm at home, I find that keeping my wifi on all the time drains the battery less than if I turn it off. Being a computer guy, that does seem strange to me but the only way I rationalize it is a belief that if the phone is going to use data it takes less juice to do so over an active wifi connection versus doing it over the phone cell data network. Lower signal strength (cell) might come into play too. ...I find it strange, but that's my observation.