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Has anyone used Wireless HDMI ??

TORPC
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Registered: 08-12-2013

Has anyone used Wireless HDMI ??

as per the title
I am curious if wireless HDMI is susceptible to interference I know DVDO claims "without any interference from Wi-Fi" but what about other types of interference ??
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The Air3 is the first wirelessHD® adapter delivering HD content, not only from HDMI sources, but also from MHL-enabled smartphones and tablets to a big screen. Based on 60GHz wireless technology, the Air3 transmits HD content up to 10 meters in-room without any interference, providing a cable-like reliability and quality.
60GHz Wireless Technology for Gaming
Using 60GHz wireless technology, the Air3 transmits HD content up to 10 meters in-room without any interference from Wi-Fi, and features RF beam forming, auto input sensing, auto standby, near-zero latency, and auto rate negotiation to deliver a cable-like reliability and performance.

http://www.dvdo.com/air3/index.aspx
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VileReynard
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Re: Has anyone used Wireless HDMI ??

See http://60ghz.co.uk/
60 GHz Microwave Link
Put your TV dinner near the TV for a few minutes.