At CES 2008, Molly Wood takes a first look at the Belkin FlyWire, a device that will wirelessly transmit content from any video source to your television.
Belkin has been showing off their take on Wireless HDMI in their "Belkin Home".
Long awaited and oft-delayed, the FlyWire wireless HDMI accessory will now never see the light of day.
The company will supply the U.S. track and field team with two pieces of Flywire footwear--the Zoom Victory Spikes and Zoom Matumbo.
The Belkin Flywire aims to wirelessly transmit HD video and audio from up to six AV sources.
Belkin will be debuting multi-room and single room versions of its wireless HDMI accessory in the coming months.
Wireless HDMI products have been promised for months, but few--if any--have actually become available to the consumer.
The Acoustic Research HDP100 is the first system of its kind, enabling HDMI signals to be sent over your home's power lines. But how does it work?
A demonstration of wireless video using an Amimon chipset, Blu-ray Disc player and Samsung monitor.
Though we've been promised the technology for years and it has yet to really hit the mainstream, wireless high-definition shows some signs of life at IFA.