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Belkin launches two-to-one HDMI swtich

updated 12:20 pm EST, Mon December 3, 2007

Belkin 2-to-1 HDMI switch

Accessory maker Belkin has released a new AV product, the HDMI 2-to-1 Video Switch. The device lets users connect two HDMI devices -- such as Apple TVs and HD DVD players -- to a single HDMI or DVI port, whether on a computer monitor or an HDTV.

Resolutions between 480i and 1080p are available on any of the supported connections, and the switch always defaults to the highest single-link video resolution. Inputs are not chosen automatically, but an infrared remote is bundled in the package. The switch is available now in Canada and the US for approximately $50 to $55; Asia, Europe and Australia will receive it in March of 2008.



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  1. TheBum

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    Joined: Sep 2001

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    Hmm...

    Pay $50-55 for a Belkin remote controlled 2-to-1 switcher or pay the same price for a Monoprice remote controlled switcher that can switch more than twice as many devices (5-to-1). Decisions, decisions.

    I have one of the Monoprice switchers and it is excellent.

  1. eldarkus

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    Joined: Feb 2004

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    hmm..

    "...the first mainstream firm to launch a 32GB media player using flash memory instead of a rotating hard disk"

    as opposed to all of the non-rotating hard disks?

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