Hello {!firstname},

Telescope hand controls have long been the bain of many amateur astronomers.

Yours truly included.

If I could count the many times I've dropped one, tangled one up on my drive mounts, or had one fail at the most
inconvenient of occassions, well let's just say, I would need three hands.

So when Celestron decided that they would eliminate the problem, by allowing me to use a smartphone or tablet,
well I was all ears.

And that is exactly what they have done with the Nexstar Evolution series.

The NexStar Evolution has it's own wireless network built into it.

And something I have long awaited, is a 9.25 aperture, in a portable set up, and here it's been kindly provided.

Imagine, slewing to your object of choice, with a tap of your smartphone or tablet.

What could be easier?

Here are links to these newly evolved instruments.

They ain't the same old thing, folks!

Clear Skies,

Ray Khan

PS Just in case you don't have a tablet or smartphone yet, (and I know a few of you.....) Celestron does actually include a hand control
     with the technologically superior Nexstar Evolution.

PPS We are closed today for the Ontario Civic holiday (some gov't official could not think up a better name than that boring one)
         but we are back at the helm tommorow at 10am est.  You can order online if you like, or give us a call Tuesday.