Wireless HDMI: The Neat Freak's Solution

Wireless HDMI: The Neat Freak's Solution

Joel Pirela
Jul 22, 2011

Look at that happy couple. Do you know why they're so happy? We think it's because there's no darn wires, cables or cords blemishing their stylish HDTV setup. Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, inductive charging...we love them all because each technology brings us that much closer to a post-cable/cord future. But did you know you can already wirelessly transmit video from a source like your computer, gaming console, or media delivery device to your HDTV via wireless HDMI?

Brite-View HDelight.
The Brite-View HDelight consists on a wireless HDMI transmitter and a receiver, bridging the connection between your computer and your HDTV so you don't have to add yet another cable to your home theater setup. The connection is effective for up to 30 feet and goes all the way to 1080p @ 60Hz of uncompressed HD mirroring. 5.1 surround sound is also transmitted across with zero latency. What we like best is the HDelight's plug and play capabilities; no additional software or drivers to get connected.

Philips Wireless HDTV Link
Philips' solution broadcasts the signal to up to 4 HD devices with a resolution of 1080p @ 30 frames per second, great for a multi-component setup. A lag-free connection is suited for games and action movies where framerate is of note. Too bad it doesn't have an IR blaster for hidden device control and only features two HDMI inputs.

Acoustic Research HDP100 HDMI Powerlink System
Acoustic Research's HDMI transmitter offers a twist: instead of wireless, the HDP100 utilizes your home's power grid to transmit HDMI audio and video from the source to your HDTV. It's compatible with 1080p, 720p and 480p and also transmits IR signals to allow control of hidden components. That's a great option!

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