DisplayLink and Alereon announced today the world’s first wireless USB graphics adapter. The adapter will allow a PC to connect to nearby standard displays without needing a wire to transmit video.
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The reference design created by DisplayLink and Alereon allows PC accessory makers to develop wireless adapters for graphics and similar products. The adapter will be on display at CES 2008 in January.
The reference design uses Alereon’s AL5000 chipset and DisplayLink's network display technology using USB to deliver ultra-wideband speeds using standard wireless USB input ad output. Resolutions of up to 1680 x 1050 are possible with 16.7 million colors and smooth DVD playback.