Warpia Ships PC-To-TV Streaming Kits

By TWICE Staff On May 2 2011 - 4:01am




SAN JOSE, CALIF. – Warpia, a connectivity solutions provider, is now shipping a pair of wireless PC-to-TV streaming solutions in the StreamHD and Wireless USB PC to TV Display Adapter.

The products, which are available now through BestBuy.com, allow for wireless streaming of any content from a laptop or computer to a big screen TV or projector.

In addition to viewing standard PC content on a larger display, the products will enable accessing a wide variety of online services to stream TV shows and movies such as BestBuy’s CinemaNow service, Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and YouTube, without the need of a cable, teleco, or satellite TV service provider.

The Warpia wireless USB solutions consist of a USB dongle and a receiver that contains an HDMI or VGA port (accessible on any TV or monitor).

Warpia said that unlike other PCto- TV solutions, the Warpia Adapter does not restrict what sites can be viewed – the display will mirror the exact image on your laptop.

The StreamHD ($170 suggested retail) allows streaming HD signals up to 1,920 by 1,280 pixel resolution and has 5.1-channel surround sound.

The Warpia A/V adapter $130 suggested retail) achieves 32-bit true color depth for high quality images with a 720p HD resolution and 16-bit stereo sound.

Both will transmit from the PC to the TV for a distance of up to 30 feet.

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