Our growing dependence on the Internet access makes us want to get proper connection service in more and more places, even some rather quaint ones. We may safely say that we would like to be connected everywhere. Many public places cater to this dire necessity by offering WiFi, luckily, nevertheless, a problem with certain places inside buildings where the line goes dead on us still remains. What’s worse, there is no solution to it, except avoiding this corner of the room – which is not always convenient.
Experts are trying to work it out, of course, and the latest bet is the Portable WiFi Signal Booster, a device designed to be carried about and extend the area of reception, at the same time improving the strength of the wireless signal.
The Signal Booster is actually an AC-outlet working plug which connects to an accessible wireless network and sends out a stronger, steadier signal to any place you need. The power prongs have been made to fold in, so they don’t stick out and enable an easy transfer in a pocket so you can use it in places like airports and terminals.
The Portable WiFi Signal Booster uses the sophisticated 802.11 n protocol that is expected to provide up to 150 Mbps download speed. It can feed the Internet connection to 10 devices at the same time.
The booster is worth its $49.95, especially if you have suffered from faulty connections too often.