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Wireless HD and wireless HDTV has had quite a difficult time gaining ground in the mainstream. We suspect there are two main reasons: one, it's expensive, and two, it's not that difficult to just run an HDMI cable. There's also the fact that even a completely wireless HDTV will still require a power cable, so regardless of how fancy your wireless setup is, you'll still be relying on at least one cable (so there's not much harm in having two cables). But Amimon, which has been a player in the niche wireless high-def transmission game for awhile now, might be onto something with their latest demonstration.... Read more...
Wireless HDTV has been floundering around for years now, and it still hasn't caught on like HDMI, 3D or smartphones have. But that isn't keeping Gefen from producing more and more products for home cinema owners who are tired of the wires. Utilizing a new 60GHz technology, the GefenTV Wireless for HDMI promises to be the first uncompressed method of 1080p (Full HD) wireless connectivity for up to 30 feet in distance. The device joins three other wireless HDTV products from the company, but this one (which is now shipping) taps into SiBEAM's chip that enables HDMI extension supporting full HD resolutions... Read more...
The wireless revolution is in full swing, and there's no better proof than the introduction of this product. Rocketfish, a brand that's housed by Best Buy, has just revealed its Rocketfish Adapter with WirelessHD, which essentially enables you to send video and audio signals from sources to your HDTV without any cables in between. The two-piece set is designed to work with most existing HDMI equipment, and it can send a single HDMI source to a single HDTV. It can send that signal up to 32-7/8", and if you're looking to cut the cord between your Blu-ray player, Xbox 360 and/or PS3, you'll be paying... Read more...