Gadgets Ping, Are You Listening? zBoost Holiday Gift Guide for Staying Connected
December 13, 2012 --
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
Wi-Ex, a leading provider of consumer and commercial cell phone signal booster kits, announced today its zBoost Holiday Gift Guide for Staying Connected. Whether video chatting a loved one abroad, wishing your News Feed Happy Holidays or simply sharing festive photos, staying connected is a holiday necessity.
According to Microsoft Tag, on average, Americans spend 2.7 hours per day socializing on their mobile devices. Because 91% of mobile internet access is to socialize, its important to have devices that keep up with your connection demands.
The holidays are a time of togetherness and with cell phones, tablets, computers and apps, staying in touch with family and friends has never been easier. Check out the zBoost Holiday Gift Guide for Staying Connected to help keep friends and family connected this holiday season.
Samsung Galaxy S IIIs touchscreen is expansive and ideal for viewing HD video. The phone offers a fast dual-core CPU and 2GB of RAM for no-lag performance. The Galaxy S III also makes sharing easier and faster than ever.
The S Beam feature transfers holiday photos, caroling videos and end-of-year documents between two Galaxy S III phones, just by placing them back to back. Share, multitask and interact with the device unlike anything experienced before.
Apple iPad mini has a beautiful 7.9 display, powerful A5 chip, ultrafast wireless, and over 275,000 apps ready to download from the App Store. Apple.com boasts, The iPad mini is an iPad in every way, shape, and slightly smaller form.
iPad mini supports Wi-Fi and fast cellular networks around the world including LTE networks. You can FaceTime loved ones and friends abroad, as well as, send HD video recordings so no one misses a moment. Users in a location without an LTE network will still get access to fast GSM/UMTS networks including HSPA, HSPA+, and DC-HSDPA.
zBoost Cell Phone Signal Booster
According to recent study by the Pew Research Centers Internet & American Life Project, more than 75 percent (77%) of cell phone Internet users experience slow download speeds that prevent data from loading as quickly as they would prefer. The zBoost DataBlast provides those consumers using Verizon LTE and T-Mobile AWS a solution to slow download speeds.
An end to slow data allows Verizon LTE and T-Mobile AWS consumers to maximize 4G devices including accessing the web or online multimedia applications such as gaming, downloading music, uploading pictures and streaming high-definition video at optimal quality and speed. In recent speed tests, the installation of the zBoost SOHO DataBlast resulted in data speeds up to 20X faster.*
Wi-Ex (http://www.wi-ex.com), a leading provider of cell phone signal boosters, developed zBoost, the first consumer-priced signal booster that extended cell zones for the small office/home office cell phone market. Wi-Ex has expanded their extending cell zone coverage beyond consumers to corporate enterprises and large commercial applications. From M2M applications to large commercial complexes to the rising number of teleworkers, the zBoost line provides a business-centric solution for improving poor in-door cell phone coverage domestically and internationally. The zBoost product line works with most carriers in the US and abroad including AT&T, Sprint, Vodaphone, Verizon and T-Mobile. The award-winning zBoost home and office solutions help today's connected consumers including iPhone, iPad, Android (DROID), BlackBerry, and smartphone users with dropped calls and slow data. They were awarded a 2007 and 2010 Consumer Electronics Association Innovations Honoree by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and a 2011 EXC!TE honoree. They also were selected as a finalist for the 2007 and 2009 CTIA Emerging Technologies (E-Tech) Award. As the leader, zBoost has more awards, more sales and more locations than all their competitors combined. Wi-Ex continues to develop innovative products to meet the demands of an increasingly wireless society by enhancing wireless signals.
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