Getting high-speed Internet to rural and remote areas is tricky at best. Starlink, SpaceX's satellite service, is attempting to change that. Currently in beta, it provides data speeds from 50Mb/s to 150Mb/s and latency from 20ms to 40ms in most locations, and those numbers are expected to improve dramatically in the future. To achieve this, the company is deploying a constellation of thousands of satellites into orbit, 60 times closer to Earth than traditional satellites to help eliminate lag. The starter kit includes everything needed to get up and running, including the Starlink hardware, Wi-Fi router, cables, and mounting tripod, so all users need to provide is power and a clear view of the sky.