Wireless USB To HDMI Display Adapter

Posted: May 5 2009, 9:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:11pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
Wireless USB to HDMI Display Adapter
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Source R&D and Wisair have announced a Wireless USB Adapter that can transfer PC content to TV's, monitors and projectors. Distributed under the Warpia brand name the USB device allows users to view video, internet content and pictures from their computers without the hassle of loads of wires.

The adapter has VGA and HDMI connectivity and can support up to 1400x1050 screen resolution, offering 32 bit true colour. It can transmit to a range of 30 feet within the same room. The adapter supports Windows Vista/XP operating systems and complies with worldwide regulations. Launched last week at the Retail Vision event in Florida the adapter is expected to be available in retail stores sometime in May at a suggested retail price of $129-$149 USD.

Via Wisair

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