A new superfast wireless standard will be on display at CES 2013 called WiGig. This wireless standard promises gigabit speeds without any wires. The people behind the wireless connection standard say that it should make it possible for new devices that stream high-quality video to do so with no lag while the network supports other high-bandwidth uses.
Basically the wireless standard promises to be fast enough to allow people to stream content from video sharing sites, play online games, screen wireless video from a notebook to the desktop, and more all the same time. WiGig promises speeds more than 10 times that of normal 802.11 and Wi-Fi.
This technology is also showing up already and docking stations for notebooks and ultrabooks allowing streaming of video, audio, and more over the single wireless connection. The technology operates on the 60 GHz band.
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