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IOGear Wireless USB AV Kit gets tested: short range, miserly connectivity

IOGear Wireless USB AV Kit gets tested: short range, miserly connectivity

Wireless video is one of those things that you really wouldn't think would be all that hard, but high-profile retreats such as Belkin's FlyWire are showing it isn't necessarily as easy as squirting HDTV across the open air of your living room.  Everything USB have been testing out IOGear's Wireless USB AV Kit, and finding that you're not so much cutting cables as rearranging them.

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Apple MacBook ‘Brick’ rumors abound: Windows smasher or wireless hub?

Apple MacBook ‘Brick’ rumors abound: Windows smasher or wireless hub?

Speculation and rumor about the upcoming MacBook refresh continues to flourish, as a 9 to 5 Mac tipster delivers a cryptic tidbit that the supposed October 14th event will be "all about the Brick".  As with the best Apple rumors, however, there's no further detail than that, which leaves the theorists doing what they love the most: trying to decipher what Steve Jobs & Co have planned.  The suggestions have ranged from the obvious - some sort of power supply modification, possibly including an optical drive and networking - to the metaphorical.

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Belkin FlyWire wireless HD 1080p/24 interface

Belkin FlyWire wireless HD 1080p/24 interface

Wireless streamers capable of handling high-definition video aren't new, exactly, but they're often proprietary systems intended by a manufacturer solely for their own displays.  Belkin are bucking the trend, therefore, with their upcoming FlyWire wireless HD interface.  Capable of transmitting full 1080p/24, it replaces an HDMI cable while still allowing HDCP devices to play properly.

FlyWire by Belkin – another wireless HD streaming contender

FlyWire by Belkin – another wireless HD streaming contender

It seems like this is the year for wireless HD streaming, and Belkin is throwing their hat in the ring with everyone else. One thing this device has going for it that not very many other wireless HD streamers I’ve seen have is it look fashionable, instead of like something you’d want to hid out of sight.