Griffin Airbase claims to extend WiFi range through height
Griffin's Airbase — essentially an attractive extension cord for Apple's Airport Express — claims that its increased signal strength comes from "raising the base station up into the room." This makes total sense: like fat people, gravity tends to pull radio signals down, and just as in an oxygen-deprived room, the most air swirls around the floor boards, so does WiFi work better in a low-signal environment when you are lying supine upon the dank basement earth. So the science is entirely sound, but why not just buy a $5 dollar extension cord, plug in your Airport Express and fling it over the chandelier?
[Griffin via UberGizmo
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