Leaf Ultimate Paper Thin Indoor HDTV Antenna
TV antennas – what are your impressions and memories of them? Personally speaking, I would think of them as bunny ears with a tech slant. Having said that, since we are well into the 21st century already and have gotten past all that Y2K hoo-haa and stuff, how about revolutionizing the way TV antennas look like? This is where the $89.99 Leaf Ultimate Paper Thin Indoor HDTV Antenna come in handy, where it would definitely prove to be a killer to bunny ears TV antenna design, offering far more TV channels with a higher picture quality than ever before.
This is not the first Leaf in existence, but rather, it is the, er, successful successor, for the lack of a better word. The original Leaf did have its issues should you be too close to a signal source, but the Leaf Ultimate has eliminated that particular weakness, thanks to a revolutionary digital TV amplifier that sports a low noise figure and one-of-a-kind RF filtering. In a nutshell, you can theoretically receive up to 20 channels in full 1080p definition, but seriously, do you have so much time on your hands to be able to watch all of that? The Leaf Ultimate Paper Thin Indoor HDTV Antenna is powered by a USB port, making it a snap to set up and will only consume power whenever your TV is turned on, all the while looking discrete in nature.