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Long range over-the-air HDTV antennas can get mighty unsightly and expensive. Clixxun’s “Fancy Alpha” attempts to stem that tide with a $40 TV antenna that’s disguised as an unassuming picture frame.

The frame holds a 4×6 photo and Clixxun is pushing its patent-pending Long Range Reception (LRR) technology to deliver TV signals “even in regions that so far have needed an outside or rooftop antenna.”

The antenna can be powered via a built-in USB port, “phantom powering from your receiver,” or with an optional AC adapter. It’ll pull down DVB-T, ATSC, and DAB signals along with analog TV signals, should any of those still be floating around.

Fancy Alpha [Clixxun.com]

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