Today we’re very excited to reveal new products for you, something we haven’t done since the Sky in February.
You might be wondering, “Mohu, you already have several great products; what’s left in indoor hdtv antennas that hasn’t been covered?”
That’s a fair question. The Leaf is a great paper-thin antenna. The Leaf Ultimate adds incredible power to that design. And the Sky provides the best performance of all by making attic/outdoor installation easy.
There is still a spot in the home, however, that doesn’t have a high-performing, beautiful to look at antenna. And that spot is so obvious, it’s simple:
Standing on a surface near your TV.
But what if you could have crisp, vivid, over-the-air television from a device that looks like it’s from an art gallery? What if you had a device that draws people to it on its own, and then makes them double-take when they realize it’s capturing high-definition television, all the time? Wouldn’t that be incredible?
Today Mohu is making this a reality. We’re introducing two new products: Curve 30 and Curve 50. Both indoor hdtv antennas use our sculpted, iconic new design for the antenna element, and the 50 has a brand new amplifier. The difference between the these two products is right in the name—the Curve 30 has a 30-mile range for television reception, and the Curve 50 has a 50-mile range.
Don’t know what television channels you can get in 30 or 50 miles? Our TV-For-Free application makes it simple; enter your ZIP code to see an estimation of channels you can receive with each of our products.
So, beautiful design. Advanced technology. A new centerpiece for your living room.
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