Printed from http://www.electronista.com

Wireless HD from Belkin, others delayed six months

updated 05:00 pm EDT, Thu October 23, 2008

Wireless HD delayed

According to a Thursday report, the previously promised Flywire system from Belkin that would deliver HD signals wirelessly in home theater set-ups has been delayed. The news follows similar announcements from Monster Cable and other interconnects manufacturers, with the companies citing bugs as reasons. Belkin, which promised to beat Monster Cable to market with a CES debut this winter, said the perfected system will be released by the spring of 2009 instead.

Belkin's Flywire system uses a transmitter and receiver operating at the 5GHz wireless frequency and lets up to six A/V sources transmit audio and 1080p video not only in a room, but across walls, ceilings and floors as well.

Monster Cable plans to release its Wireless Digital Express system, which relies on Ultra Wideband (UWB) and would support numerous devices, in the second quarter of 2009. Sony also showed a prototype a few weeks ago, although its operation is compatible, as usual, only with Sony Blu-ray players. Because of this, however, the Sony system is likely to be the first on the market, as the challenge primarily appears to revolve around getting devices from different manufacturers to communicate with one another.







By Electronista Staff
toggle

Comments

Login Here

Not a member of the MacNN forums? Register now for free.

toggle

Network Headlines

toggle

Most Popular

Advertisement

Recent Reviews

Seagate Wireless

It seems like no matter how much internal storage is included today's mobile devices, we, as users, will always find a way to fill the ...

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 (Android, 10.1-inch)

Lenovo is building a bigger name for itself year after year, including its devices expanding beyond desktop computers. The company's l ...

Brother HL-L8250CDN Color Laser Printer

When it comes to selecting a printer, the process is not exactly something most people put a lot of thought into. Printers are often t ...

Advertisement

toggle

Most Commented

 
toggle

Popular News