Asus G73JW And G53 Laptops With SiBEAM WirelessHD 60GHz Technology Debut At Computex 2010

Posted: Jun 1 2010, 2:40am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:25pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

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Asus announced today at the Computex 2010 that it has launched two new notebook computer models that incorporate the SiBEAM WirelessHD technology. ASUS is incorporating SiBEAM WirelessHD technology in its new notebook PCs including the G73JW and the G53.
These notebook PCs are the world’s first to feature WirelessHD technology. By integrating SiBEAM’s advanced wireless video network chips on display mini-card (DMC) modules, these notebooks will offer an unprecedented wireless experience for consumers and gamers at compelling price points.

WirelessHD ensures high-quality, uncompressed 1080p/60 video, robust transmission, and a latency-free experience for gaming and entertainment.

Consumers will be able to be untethered and connect to the HD television, while still accessing the Internet and their home network without interference. ASUS also announces their new membership and participation in WirelessHD as an adopter.
The new ASUS G73JW and the G53 notebooks will be made available in Fall 2010.

WirelessHD is a cool feature when using a laptop in your living room. WirelessHD should be also on the roadmap for a future Apple iPad.

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