Coming this September is the Asus WiCast EW2000, a PC to TV connectivity kit. Developed on WHDI (Wireless Home Digital Interface) technology, the WiCast kit allow you to project 1080p high definition content from your PC (notebook, netbook or desktop) onto a television or LCD Monitor. The kit can transmit images up to a distance of 33feet, with no noticeable latency (less than 1ms). The adapters will come as a set (HD video transmitter and receiver) in a compact consumer friendly design, and will interface to the PC and TV. In addition the adapters are powered the PC’s USB ports for ease of use and making the solution highly portable for use with laptops or netbooks.
Asus is to launch a new HD wireless connector called the WiCast EW2000- WiCast for short. The device is based on WHDI (Wireless Home Digital Interface) technology developed by Amimon, a developer of wireless HDTV semiconductor solutions. The WiCast is design to enable households and business to project whatever is on a PC (desktop, Laptop or Notebook) screen onto a television or LCD Monitor screen wirelessly.
This is the Asus new line of gaming laptops for gamers who want the best gaming experience that can be achieve on a laptop. This new line is the first to offer 3D gaming on 17.3-inch screen. They have also change the graphics processor from AMD to NVIDIA to take advantage of NVIDIA’s 3D Vision technology, which offer extra-dimensional effects. The new model in this new line of gaming machine is the G73JW, which is due out soon.
Roxio, a division of Sonic Solutions, today announced that ASUS Computer has selected Roxio CinePlayer for worldwide shipment with its next-generation 3D-enabled G-series notebook computers. Roxio CinePlayer allows users to enjoy Blu-ray 3D, 3D DVDs, as well as other stereoscopic 3D content in a broad range of formats. The comprehensive media player for Windows also supports real-time conversion of 2D video to 3D, so users can enjoy their existing library of standard DVDs and personal home movies in 3D.
Other electronic suppliers are musling in on Apples Pad market. This is the Asus Eee Pad an alternative to the Apple’s iPad. Eee Pad will run Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system, and, unlike the iPad, will feature an integrated webcam and support for Flash video technology. It will be available with a 10in or 12in display, and is expected to start at around $399 (£275) when it goes on sale early next year.
ASUS, a leading developer of notebook PCs, today announced that it has launched two new notebook computer models that incorporate SiBEAM, Inc.'s WirelessHD technology, enabling the most robust wireless display solution available. These notebook PCs are the world's first to feature WirelessHD technology. By integrating SiBEAM's advanced wireless video network chips on display mini-card (DMC) modules, these notebooks will offer an unprecedented wireless experience for consumers and gamers at compelling price points.