brite-View HDelight Wireless Media Player Review

Posted on 2010-11-18 17:08:28 by Thomas De Maesschalck

The High-Definition Multimedia Interface, or HDMI, has been a boon to home theater setups across the world. What used to take a variety of cables to hook up can now be done with just a single cable connection between devices, both for video and audio. HDMI can transmit video from standard definition’s 480 lines to resolution all the way up to 35mm film 4k resolution. In addition, it can carry along a lossless audio signal for up to 7.1 channel surround setups and even stream 3D high definition content. The only way the standard could get even better was if magically turned into a wireless Bluetooth-like standard and just required you to pair your Blu-ray/audio receiver to your TV and eliminate those pesky electronic store employees trying to sell you overpriced cables.

But I digress. While the fantasy of wireless connections built-in to your devices remains just that, brite-View has released their HDelight system that allows you to wirelessly stream an HDMI signal to your television. Sporting a latency time of less than one millisecond, the HDelight claims it can not only handle your movies and online streaming video, but your gaming needs as well.

Link: TweakTown

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