Sci-Fi Consumer Electronics Products

With high-tech TV antennas, satellite dishes, and wireless networking, the sci-fi future I dreamed of as a kid is now a reality!

We’re you a sci-fi fan in the 1970s and 1980s? I know I was. And my interest in it went beyond the typical Star Wars/Star Trek fanboy adoration. (The Coke and Pepsi of sci-fi franchises.) Anything having to do with space travel, futuristic technology, and the promise of a better tomorrow captured my youthful fancy. As I learn more about the amazing consumer electronics products we offer, I’m reminded that today’s technology has, in many ways, exceeded my expectations!

TV Antenna or Spaceship? 
Ever see the Televes DigiNova Boss? If somebody would’ve handed me this powerful TV antenna in my youth, I would put it to work in my galactic armada. The Boss’s advancements go way beyond the cosmetic. This powerful TV antenna features a built-in amplifier and the ability to block interfering cellular signals. Best of all, this bad boy pulls in UHF and VHF signal from up to 60 miles away or more, depending upon conditions. Televes antennas are known for technological superiority, and the Boss is no exception. If you want a powerhouse in a small package, this is your new TV antenna!

“Read You Loud and Clear, Captain”

My younger self would see the SureCall EZ4G cell booster as some type of futuristic communications device. And that’s exactly what it is! This cell phone range extender increases cell phone quality. The irony here is that the concept of a cell phone itself seemed awesome to me when I first discovered this technology. A small device that boosts signal inside my home seems even more amazing. It really shows how far we’ve advanced beyond the days of rotary phones and answering machines.

TV From Outer Space! 
Satellite TV is basically TV beamed down to earth from a spaceship. Granted, that “spaceship” is an unmanned satellite orbiting above the earth, but still… And the way these signals are received and distributed for us is through devices such as the DIRECTV HR54 and the C41W. Each has features and benefits that are technological marvels in their own right. Best of all, these units deliver satellite TV to your home, which allows you to choose from a multitude of news, sports, weather, and entertainment programming.

A Blanket of Wireless Networking
An Ubiquiti UAP access point can blanket your home with wireless networking. It doesn’t get more sci-fi than that! These devices typically are placed throughout your home’s problem areas – places where Wi-Fi signal is weak or crowded. By connecting these devices into the Ethernet ports of your router, you instantly boost Wi-Fi service in your home. Is there anything about this that isn’t sci-fi should be the question!

Computers Predict Weather
A computer program that monitors and interprets the weather is standard fare for most movie spacecraft. A similar fictional device helped the crew of the Enterprise determine whether a planet would sustain human life. While the La Crosse S88907 isn’t aboard any star cruisers, this wireless system monitors weather and produces a forecast here on earth. And the full-color, on-screen display rivals anything Captain Picard ever looked at while manning the bridge.

The Future of Consumer Electronics
With the most advanced TV antennas, digital receivers, and other products, the world of tomorrow is here today. Solid Signal is happy to be at the forefront of all this innovation. When it comes to consumer electronics products, we have it all. And our team understands these useful gadgets inside and out. If you’d like to know about our products and how they can enhance your life, just call us at 888-233-7563. In the meantime, I’m going to keep enjoying my time surrounded by all these great products here at Solid Signal. It’s a sci-fi lover’s – and a cord cutter’s – dream!

About the Author

Jake Buckler
Jake Buckler is a cord-cutter, consumer electronics geek, and Celtic folk music fan. Those qualities, and his writing experience, helped him land a copywriting gig at Signal Group, LLC. He also contributes to The Solid Signal Blog.