brite-View has just announced its HDelight, namely an 1080p wireless PC-to-TV transmission kit set to enable customers to enjoy any digital content, be it from the Internet, offline storage, gaming consoles or home network, on their HDTV. The company showcased the WHDI (Wireless Home Digital Interface) HDelight at the Netbook Summit, and also mentioned that it would launch in July, with an expected price of under $200
"brite-View products are user-friendly, affordable and feature the most advanced technology," said Robert Lo, CEO of Xpike Innovations, which owns the brite-View brand. "The HDelight lets users enjoy online entertainment on the big screen. This will be a whole new experience for PC users, especially since Netflix will soon begin streaming 720p HD content."
Claimed to be the first solution of its kind, the HDelight doesn't limit connectivity to select PCs or HDTVs, given HDMI ports, it can air bridge the two and ensure uncompressed, 1080p high-definition media from the computer to the TV, and still maintain latency at unnoticeable levels. Aside from the HDelight, brite-View is also planning to release another WHDI-compatible product, a multi-room solution. As for the HDelight, this packs the AMIMON wireless module, which is the foundation technology for the WHDI standard
Given the expected price, the brite-View HDelight is probably one of the most affordable and flexible 1080p wireless PC-to-TV transmission kits, so easy to use that it only needs users to connect the transmitter to their PCs, the receiver to the TV's HDMI jack and start enjoying content. Speaking of enjoying, mind that customers will surely enjoy their rooms better without cables running across the whole length, or from one room to another that might also not allow a door or two to be closed completely.
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