Wireless HDMI

May 17, 2010

Asus EEE Keyboard


The much anticipated Asus EEE Keyboard has arrived. Meant as a wireless companion for your HDMI-ready TV, it features a 5" QVGA multitouch display, Windows XP, an Intel Atom N270 processor, a full GB RAM and a 4-hour battery. In addition, it has Easy Mode for simplified Net access.

Via Asus EEE Keyboard

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June 15, 2009

Philips Unveils Wireless HD Link


Philips is offering its own Wireless HD Link to neaten up your home theater. Connect to your cable box, satellite receiver and Blu-ray player. With a range of up to 75 ft., it can replace all your cables and send 1080p video to your HDTV. Available in Q4, the link will set you back $799.99.

Via Chip Chick

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July 23, 2008

Major Players Join Forces on Wireless HD Standard


When it comes to new technology standards, it seems the major players all go in their own direction. Well it appears there may be some teamwork at play with an Wireless HD Standard. According to Engadget:

WHDI creator AMIMON has joined forces with Motorola, Samsung, Sony and Sharp in order to form "a special interest group to develop a comprehensive new industry standard for multi-room audio, video and control connectivity" utilizing the aforementioned Wireless Home Digital Interface technology. Reportedly, the group will have a standard completed before 2009 dawns, but we all know how easily these things can get pushed under the rug.

We agree the standard probably won't be ready by 2009 but we're excited to see some progress towards a standard.

At Engadget.com (image source: Engadget.com)

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January 3, 2008

Belkin FlyWire Streams HD Video Without Wires


Now that CES is getting closer we are seeing more articles come out revealing some of what we can expect. One that caught our eye is this FlyWire Wireless HD Streaming device from Belkin. This will let you attach up to 6 different HDMI sources to it and it will stream them to the receiver box that is attached to your HDTV. We have been seeing a lot of products lately that have freed the TV from the entertainment center and it looks like a trend that will only continue in 2008. We love the idea of being able to put the TV anywhere we want and not having to worry about fitting it around where we have our entertainment center. We don't have a lot of info just yet, but with CES creeping closer expect Belkin to let some info trickle out.

via engadget
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