brite-View HDelight Beams 1080p from iPad 2 to HDTV
Using WHDI technology, the device has expanded its wireless capabilities to the iPad.
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April 19, 2011 by Rachel Cericola

Last year, brite-View introduced the HDelight, a device designed to turn your HDMI-ready PC into a wireless HTPC. Now the company has come back to say they also work with the new iPad 2.

Using WHDI (Wireless Home Digital Interface) technology, the system promises to deliver uncompressed 1080p without any buffer or stutter. Now, if you pair the device with the iPad 2 and its dedicated digital AV adapter, the HDelight can mirror audio and video from the iPad 2 to an HDTV—and that includes all of your favorite apps, including YouTube, Netflix, and various games.

“Having the HDelight means users are not tethered to the area around the HDTV set while enjoying the many benefits of the new iPad 2,” says Robert Lo, CEO of Xpike Innovation, Inc. “Instead, one can imagine the iPad 2 as an over-sized touch-screen remote for the HDTV, and it couldn’t be more intuitive - now that the iPad 2 gets wireless 1080p mirroring, whatever you see on the iPad 2 will be whatever you see on the TV, with no latency.”

According to brite-View (and the video below), the HDelight can transmit up to 30 feet away. The HDelight is available now for $139.99.

 

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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