Finally an HD-ready wireless video transmitter solution for that picture perfect home theater installation. Belkin has officially announced FlyWire and FlyWire R1 audio/video transmitters that are capable of video resolutions up to 1080p.
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Now, if they could send AC power to my projector wirelessly, I would buy TWO of them!!!!
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And holograms. Where are the holograms?
Seriously, though - I think this is cool, especially if display manufacturers start catching on and it becomes cheap enough to simply build in. Then it needs to get standardized - and quickly.
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Ahh, this is the sort of stuff tech junkies live for. I'm currently building and this would be a good cable solution for me. As soon as it passes A/H scrutineering I'll plonk the readies down.
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Did you see the mfg's suggested price? Or is it too early to tell?
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This still look very cool! Has anybody had a chance to see one of these at any of the shows? I don't think $1K is a lot of money when you think about now wires and yet still getting full 1080p to anywhere in the house. You can spend many times that with long runs of fiber HDMI cables or even just labor costs alone.
I'm the child of the household, so why shouldn't I get all the T O Y S
(my wife just won't let me buy them)
Anyone got information on when (if?) this product will be released? Belkin's webpage still states 'January 2009' under availability--which we all know didn't happen. The price has also shot up quite a bit since the original announcement...
These are going to pop up everywhere soon and its going to be wayy cheaper..Wont be surprised when the tech is intergrated into the tv set it self..
How long of a run does one need to make, to consider a long HDMI cable completely out of the picture here... at that price....
I would think one could rip out drywall, run conduit and refinish the mess for the same price...