Friday, January 4th 2008

Realtek and Intel to Demonstrate Wireless USB Single-Chip Solutions at CES 2008

Realtek will demonstrate its RTU7105 Wireless USB device with Intel Wireless UWB Link 3480 Single-Chip CMOS Wireless USB host solution at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 7~10, 2008, providing the industry's first public multi-vendor demonstration of interoperability based entirely on single-chip solutions. Wireless USB has been developed to extend the convenience and widespread market penetration of wired USB to wireless operation, enabling wireless connection of PCs and PC peripherals, CE, and mobile devices. The demonstration will take place in the Intel booth in WiMedia Techzone South Hall #31642. For more information please be sure to check the full press release here.Source: Realtek
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2 Comments on Realtek and Intel to Demonstrate Wireless USB Single-Chip Solutions at CES 2008

#1
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Im very interested in seeing how this "wireless USB" works.
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#2
TheGuruStud
Haven't we been over this :)

USB sucks, wireless usb sucks even more and behaves like a super cheap wireless mouse.

All in all, it will just equate to higher costs in the device and board.
Lame.
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