If you live in or commute through so-called “dead zones” for mobile service, then let us introduce you to the latest swath of signal boosters from Wi-Ex, each which are set to be unveiled at CES 2012. The first two — compatible with the 800MHz and 1900MHz frequency bands — include the zBoost zForce, an in-car amplification rig that’ll retail for $99 (or $149 with the gooseneck adapter), and the zBoost SOHO Xtreme, which covers up to 5500 square feet and will set you back $549. Both products are ready for immediate availability. Finally, set for release in Q2 2012 is the zBoost 4G-V, which is designed specifically for Verizon’s LTE network — although, its price has yet to be announced. If you need a little boost in your life, be sure to check the gallery below and full PR after the break.
Three zBoost signal amplifiers to be unveiled at CES: SOHO Xtreme for home, zForce for car and 4G-V for Verizon LTE originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 06 Jan 2012 04:26:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.