EspaceX introduced quietly a new standard Starlink terminal, thinner and simpler than the previous version, with a 10% wider field of view and no motor for installation; rather, it comes with a kickstand; to orient it, simply move it. A The Starlink support page states the kit is available “by invitation only to a small group of early customers in the United States.”
SpaceX has increased its weather resistance rating from IP54 to IP67, meaning it should be completely dust-sealed and can be submerged in up to a meter of water for 30 minutes before any potential damage occurs. Starlink’s specifications page says it can operate in winds over 60 mph. Speaking of which, the company will sell frames in case you prefer to keep it in place. Incidentally, it is about the same size as the previous Standard terminal (now called Standard Actuated).
The Wi-Fi router has been redesigned and now sits on its long edge instead of standing upright. It also comes with two coverable Ethernet LAN ports and one Ethernet WAN port that connects to the terminal (the old model had no Ethernet ports at all). It’s now a tri-band Wi-Fi 6 router, whereas the previous model was a dual-band Wi-Fi 5 device, and the site says it can cover up to 3,200 square feet versus 2,000 square feet of the old router.