mom's basement the home office gets miserable cell service, SD's Nextivity spent three years developing a stupidly simple-to-install repeater, which'll amplify just one bar of 3G/ 4G data service to a full five bars wherever you are in the house, enabling you to experience little to no lag time between moves in Pocket Frogs.
What it does: By simply plugging in the Window and Coverage Units, you can enjoy 13000sqft of full signal strength calls to Miss Cleo and "data speed improvement of up to 4 times", while never having to worry about the troublesome FCC regulations on most repeaters, given their accepted relationship with carriers, even though their size difference still draws weird looks.
Why it's cool: When 4G stops just being shorthand written on presents for people named Gabby, and actually becomes a widely implemented reality, the unit will automatically switch over. Still not impressed? Well, the upped signal will instantly improve the battery life of your mobile, and those with unlimited data plans and tethering capabilities will essentially be left with no need for WiFi -- a startling change, especially considering how hard it is for most guys to stop using their Cox.
They're currently working on expanding beyond the T-Mobile network, plus they're giving users a 100% money-back guarantee if you don't experience blissful coverage, and lucky readers of Chrissy Russo's favorite online publication can enter discount code "5bars" at checkout for a whopping 100 bucks off, which means it'll pay for itself way before you're able to tame that elusive Orange Chroma Signum toad.