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+ - Wireless HDMI at 1080p, Lag-Free WHDI Tested-> 1

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MojoKid writes "Wireless HDMI technologies have finally come of age. Though there are two camps currently in the market (Intel's WiDi and WHDI), the bottom line is lag-free full HD 1080p wireless HDMI video/audio transmission is now a reality. No longer does an HTPC need to be shoehorned into the confines of the entertainment center. Also, that notebook you have perched on the coffee table just got a major display upgrade. This demo of the Asus WiCast and the briteView HDelight wirless HDMI transmitter kits, shows the technology in action and it's impressive actually. Both of these WHDI-based kits utilize the same family of Amimon WHDI transmitter and receiver chipsets. The technology is capable of full 1080p HD video and Dolby Digital surround sound audio transmissions, over distances of up to 30 feet with less than a millisecond of latency."
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Wireless HDMI at 1080p, Lag-Free WHDI Tested

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  • Amazing! Talk about wireless technology to the next level. I'm just wondering though if there is a decrease in latency over distance. Set aside, very impressed here. Its the only thing that keeps me sitting by my PC table, now --- more freedom!

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