AMIMON will hold demonstrations at the Taipei World Trade Center on June 2 and 3. The company will show a range of products utilizing WHDI technology to give consumers convenience and flexibility to connect HDTVs wirelessly to video sources, such as notebooks, desktop PCs, mobile phones, set-top boxes, and Blu-ray players.
“Mobile devices have evolved to the point where consumers are clamoring to capture the full capabilities of their HD content,” said David Shefler, vice president of marketing, AMIMON. “AMIMON and WHDI are enabling consumers to do more with content from personal mobile devices, while also providing new distribution channels for content.”
At the AMIMON meeting room, visitors will see WHDI demonstrations of HD content from mobile devices to the TV and PCs to the TV. Amimon will showcase wireless mirroring of iPad and smartphone screens to the TV featuring HD video games, movies, photos, and more. Amimon will also demonstrate PC to Projector connectivity with a WHDI Stick connected to the notebook HDMI plug, bringing slide presentations, movies, photos and all Internet content to the TV screen.
The AMIMON WHDI Stick enables users to wirelessly view all of their AV content (including tablet, PC or notebook/netbook content) on their TVs. With less than one millisecond of latency, users can play PC games and interactive content on the big screen in any room of the house. The WHDI Stick is a plug-n-play product, with no software installation needed, and is OS independent.
AMIMON and 35.COM will also debut a smartphone and wireless monitor solution. The product uses WHDI transmitters and receivers to enable a smartphone with the “brains” and storage to connect with a 10.1-inch wireless display screen. Consumers use the companion monitor as a tablet. While the phone is in their pocket, purse or briefcase, they can play games, watch movies, browse the Internet or compose documents on the larger screen. The product’s commercial launch is set for September 15.
AMIMON chairman and CEO, Dr. Yoav Nissan-Cohen, will deliver a presentation on how WHDI is changing the way consumers view HD content from mobile devices.