Warpia StreamEZ Makes Any HDMI Output Wireless

Posted Fri Mar 2, 2012 at 07:00 AM PST by Dick Ward

Unlike most streaming devices which use computer USB drives, the StreamEZ takes a signal from any HDMI output, no matter the device.

Warpia's new HD video streamer offers something that most don't. It utilizes your HDMI out as its source, instead of a computer's USB port, like most do, including Warpia's previous offerings. The big difference is, of course, that the Stream EZ isn't limited to just computers - it can stream a signal from any HDMI output.

Using the StreamEZ you can send a 1080p video signal from your device to your display. It's also capable of sending 5.1 channel surround, so you won't be losing too terribly much in the audio department. It doesn't require software or installation - simply attach the transmitter to the device you want to sent from and the receiver to your display, it's as simple as that.

You can pick up the StreamEZ now at a price of $219.

Source: eCoustics

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Tags: Wireless HDMI, StreamEZ, Warpia (all tags)