Posted Wed Oct 6, 2010 at 09:00 AM PDT by Dick Ward
Don't let the size fool you, it's still cranking out 1080p.
There are many ways to get a 1080p video signal from your laptop or desktop computer to your TV. You can hook them up manually, or rely on a bulky box to send the HDMI wirelessly. Alternatively, you can pick up Amimon's new WHDI Stick.
The WHDI Stick is as simple as it gets. Plug it in to your laptop, plug the receiver in to your television and you're good to go. The WHDI stick is going to be offered as a set with a receiver, or individually for folks who already have a WHDI setup.
"The WHDI Stick showcases the advantages of WHDI," says Amimon's Uri Kanonich, "high image quality, low latency, low power and low cost, all in one compact design."
The WHDI stick is being demoed at CEATEC now, but there's no word on when it will be coming to market.
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