January 03, 2008 by Chuck McKenney
Westinghouse Digital Electronics and Pulse~LINK, Inc. today introduced the world’s first fully integrated wireless HDTV. The high-definition LCD TV, featuring integrated CWave UWB Wireless HDMI technology, will be on display for the first time at CES in Las Vegas.
The technology allows digital displays to be mounted anywhere in the room without needing to run cabling from the TV to the content source, such as a DVR, Blu-ray or HD DVD player, or a live cable or satellite feed.
“Our focus at Westinghouse Digital has been centered around delivering the best HD has to offer,” said Westinghouse V.P. John Araki in a statement. “HDMI digital transport provides the full HD resolution our customers expect and we are extremely impressed with the performance and capabilities of Pulse~LINK’s Wireless HDMI solution.”
The Westinghouse Wireless HDMI HDTV is planned for initial commercial release to the B2B digital signage market in Q2 2008.
Read the entire Press Release here.
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