Wilson Sleek 4G-V LTE Signal Booster Shows Immense Promise

January 4, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The upcoming CES event will not just bring before your tech enthusiastic eyes a plethora of tablets and smart handsets.

Other gizmos that would prove helpful in your day to day endeavors will also be on the show racks. It is this space that cellular signal booster maker Wilson seems to have booked.

Wilson has indicated that they will enter the LTE mobile signal boosting arena with a new product called Wilson Sleek 4G-V.

The Sleek 4G-V will be showcased in Las Vegas with many a promise.

The Sleek 4K-V would come with capabilities that let it transfer LTE signals, along with conventional 3G or 2G signals, from any place above the ground!

The Sleek 4K-V will be available for Verizon LTE customers for $149.95. What they get in return would be uninterrupted transfer of data at unbelievable speeds.

The company claims that there won’t be any ‘dead zone’ in service domain, and care has been given to eliminate drop-connection.

The device is designed to boost signals of 700 MHz, 800 MHz and 1900 MHz frequencies. It is manufactured with an aim to use in vehicles but an accessory kit is provided with the package that permits its use inside your room. However, you might have to pay extra for that.

The company’s business development director has explained that it is now possible for Verizon Wireless customers, who use LTE-enabled phones and data devices to enjoy the benefits, offered by Wilson boosters that others on 3G networks have long enjoyed.

In places where Verizon does not offer their service, the booster can be used to strengthen signals of 800 MHz and 1900 MHz frequency. The Sleek 4G-V can be purchased from the second quarter of 2012 from Wilson retailers.

Are you among those eying the gadget?

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