Using a TV Antenna? This'll Keep it a Secret

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    TK

    No, it's not that you're too cheap to pay for cable TV.

    You just appreciate the less compressed HDTV you get over the air, and don't care to subject yourself to the propaganda of cable TV. Besides, you probably get most of your best video content online, anyway. But no one needs to know — hide all that with this Clixxun "Fancy Alpha" ruse, concealing a cleverly designed TV antenna inside an ordinary picture frame.

    No, that's not a digital picture frame, it's just a place where you can slide a 4 x 6 photo, and at the same time, get yourself some long-range reception that Clixxun says rivals that of the rooftop antenna. It handles any signal you throw at it, including DVB-T, ATSC, and DAB, and even analog. We're big fans of TV antennas around here, thinking that $40 might be a worthy price for such a cunningly disguised device.

    Via CrunchGear