The Winegard FlatWave FL-5000 is a paper-thin indoor TV antenna that performs nearly as well as bulkier, more traditional TV antennas and comes with a longer (albeit uglier) cable than the Mohu Leaf.
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If you need an indoor antenna for over-the-air HDTV, why not go with one that's amplified and has a cool, inconspicuous design?
Great for pulling down free over-the-air HD signals, this indoor/outdoor antenna normally sells for $40. And while you're at it, how about some other free stuff?
The company offers customers affected by the CBS blackout a free over-the-air antenna that can be picked up from its retail locations or a $20 credit that can be used to purchase antennae at Best Buy.
Normally $80 to $90, this HDTV antenna can pull in signals from as far as 50 miles. Cable? Who needs cable?
Chamtech's spray-on antenna uses a nano material to provide a low-power boost to antenna range. The wireless-in-a-can product may some day bring an end to unsightly cell towers.
Wait, how can a cheap-looking, paper-thin piece of plastic do a better job pulling down TV signals than powered rabbit ears? No idea, but it does.
The new device isn't capable of supporting simultaneous voice and data on 4G LTE in Sprint and Verizon's networks, but it would be if it had another antenna.
It has been over a year since the iPhone 4 Antennagate debacle filled the pages of most tech blogs. In that time, everyone from random people on the street to Consumer Reports criticized the iPhone antenna issues, problems that a new patent application from Apple seeks to solve.