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1/10/2012
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CES Day One Brings Wireless Toys, Dancing Robots

At The Pepcom Digital Experience event at CES 2012, the theme was western and the gadgets were wireless.
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There's nothing much worse than picking a cell carrier and finding that signals in your home or at your work are just too weak. Wi-Ex has been making products to help boost cell signals for a while now, and is introducing new offerings that are 4G compatible as well as more appropriate for the office and car. The car model, called the zForce, includes a cradle that will hold your cell phone and boost the signal via an external antenna that's about the size of a satellite radio antenna. The system costs about $129.

The zBoost 4G-V for Verizon 4G LTE is intended for home use with Verizon's LTE network.

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