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IOGEAR Wireless 3D Media Kit Streams HD, 3D, Digital Audio Content From up to Six Devices




IOGEAR has debuted the Wireless 3Di Media Kit (GW3DKIT), which wirelessly streams HD audio/video and 3D content up to 100 feet away.  Six different A/V devices can be connected and stashed away for discrete performance, making the GW3DKIT a hub of digital home activity. 

According to the manufacturer, the Wireless 3D Media Kit broadcasts with almost no latency and no interference from nearby wireless routers. Content can be streamed to a total of four wireless 3D receivers, simplifying the process of setting up multi-room or multi-display environments with additional freedom to install displays in non-traditional locations without worrying about line-of sight placement. 

The Wireless 3D Media Kit consists of a wireless 3D transmitter and wireless 3D receiver with various connectors including HDMI®, Component, Composite, VGA, and USB. Users can connect a Blu-ray player, DVR/Set-top Box, DVD player, Media Server, computer or even a VCR and stream the content up to 100 feet radius.

A USB port on the GW3DKIT can serve as a wireless keyboard /mouse connection allowing mobile control of a home theater PC or laptop for access to stored videos, photos and music or management of online social media or work content.

Additional features include:
• Full HD 1080P and 5.1 channel audio
• Inputs: 4 HDMI, 1 Composite, 1 VGA with adapter for Component, 1 USB
• Outputs: 1 HDMI, 1 USB
• Use with HD and non-HD devices

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Shipping Expected in Q3 2011.
MSRP: to be announced soon

Photos of actual product not available at the time of this writing. 

 

 

 

 

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