NFL FanVision for Football Lovers Launched

By | April 5, 2018

The owner of the Dolphins, Stephen Ross, has widely introduced FanVision, a portable device, designed to increase the in-stadium experience for NFL fan.


The FanVision needs a portable handheld TV that will work in 12 NFL stadiums for home games as well as for football games at the University of Michigan. The suggested price of this product is $ 199 which is considerably cheaper if they make their mind to go to multiple games and want good view of the action from good seats. According to FanVision, the normal retail price for the device is $ 249 because in the first year activations are postponed, which means that there is a recurring annual cost to ownership after the first year.


FanVision receives its video feeds via local UHF, and stat lines across the league and a fantasy-player tracking tool. Text looks crisp on the 4-inch screen


In the stands, the screen’s image washed out somewhat, but was still visible even in intense sunlight. It’s comparable to a smartphone, and has six hours of battery life


The primary specifications of FanVision are listed after the break, along with stadium information for those interested fans such as instant replay from multiple angles, consisting of replays not offered on television or on the in-stadium video screens. Besides, some other features such as Out Of Town Games, Real time stats from the home game and around the league, NFL Red Zone, Live Fantasy Football updates, The Network telecast of the home football game, On-Demand video featuring club-produced content, Cheerleader Cam, Highlight reel of the game are also provided by this device.


Watching the Dolphins-Vikings game before the Jets-Pats kickoff–three different NFL games were available to watch, selected for relevance by the FanVision staff and the hosting team


The FanVision unit costs $ 199, and comes with in-ear noise-isolating earbuds and a lanyard, along with an AC charger


Some stadiums where FanVision will operate are Arizona Cardinals, Buffalo Bills, Chicago Bears, Cleveland Browns, Denver Broncos, Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, and Washington Redskins.



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