Looking for a way to stream HD content from your laptop or PC to the HDTV without stringing cables across the floor? Thanks to Warpia, there may be an ideal solution with its just-announced StreamHD device.
The system primarily consists of two components: a USB-based transmitter that plugs into a laptop or desktop, and a receiver base that physically connects to the HDMI port on a HDTV. Warpia claims that StreamHD can actually wirelessly stream 1080p video (1920 x 1280) while providing up to 30 feet of coverage.
"Our improved technology gives customers the all-access viewing they've come to expect from Warpia along with stunning HD quality," said Marc Levaggi, VP of Marketing for Warpia. "StreamHD makes wireless home entertainment seem effortless."
For consumers who own a home theater system with optical outlets, the receiver base can connect to those outlets, providing full 5.1-channel surround sound. The StreamHD system also offers an "extend mode" that allows users to work with two separate screens at once.
Warpia's StreamHD is now available at Amazon.com and Warpia.com for $169.99. The package includes the USB transmitter, the receiver base, a power supply unit, HDMI cable, SPDIF cable, a Quick Start Guide and more.
Warpai is exhibiting the StreamHD system at CES 2011 this week, located in the South Hall (#35888) and Venetian Tower (#237).