Pros: Increased signal strength
Cons: Very visable in the home
Other Thoughts: I live in a trailer with a tin roof and could not get service inside my home. I put the antenna on a pole just outside my house where I knew I could get reception, and the antenna inside in a central location in the house. Its very conspicuous, but it does the job for the most part. It doesn't go through walls well. Not sure if its the material the trailer is made out of but it does still give me 2 bars through one wall at 30 feet. The "study" is about 50 feet away and gets very poor service but that room has large windows allowing me to get service in there anyway so I lucked out there.
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Pros: Very pleased. Easy set up. Directions in the kit were very clear. You don't need to be a rocket scientist to figure it out! Signal at my data card up to max from 2 bars. Cell signal at my HTC EVO up from 2 to 5-6 bars (under the antenna). Neweggs price!
Cons: The indoor antenna is, as advertised, VERY DIRECTIONAL (70Deg to the long sides and 50Deg to the short sides)
Other Thoughts: I mounted the unit in my attic (anntenna on the eave). Performance will depend your particular situation. I mounted the indoor antenna to the underside of my roof's peak (pointing down) and have improved coverage over better than half of the house. My data throughput on my aircard went from 50-80 Kps to 1Mps (download).
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