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Warpia Simplifies Home Theater Setup with StreamEZ, a Wireless HDMI Streaming Kit

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Warpia, a premier technology brand dedicated to delivering innovative connectivity solutions, announces the StreamEZ, a wireless HDMI streaming kit that will allow users to wirelessly bring audio and video content to their HDTV via an HDMI output. A truly plug and play kit, users will be able to connect the StreamEZ to their PC/Laptop or any device with an HDMI port such as Cable/Satellite boxes, Blu-Ray/DVD players and game consoles to enjoy wireless high definition streaming.

    "Warpia StreamEZ is the first product on the market to offer the versatility of PC streaming combined with wireless HDMI functionality for set top boxes and Blu-Ray/DVD players," says Mike Walsh President of Warpia. "The StreamEZ is a solution that provides consumers with maximum entertainment options whether they are watching a movie from their set top box or streaming content from their PC, they can now do it without the clutter of cables."

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    For PC/laptop users, the StreamEZ allows any PC content such as videos, pictures, movies and presentations to be viewed via an uncompressed HDMI signal in full 1080p (1920 x1280) resolution. Additional content from popular video streaming sites such as Hulu, Netflix, CinemaNow, YouTube and Amazon Video on Demand can also be streamed with ease. For multi-takers and parents, the Warpia StreamEZ allows one to conduct work or other activities such as email and web surfing on their laptop screen while simultaneously streaming video to their TV.

    In A/V applications such as Cable set top boxes or Blu-Ray players, the unit will no longer need to be close to the HDTV. Just plug the StreamEZ into the units HDMI output and avoid the hassle and considerable cost of having to run new cables.

    Additional features and functionality include:

    - Works with both PC & Mac (Mac Laptops require Mini Display Port to HDMI Connector not included)
    - 30ft Wireless Range
    - 1080p (1920 x 1280) capable with HDCP enabled streaming
    - Wireless Audio up to 5.1 Surround Sound, 48 kHz, 24-bit
    - No drivers or software installation required
    - Kit includes wireless HDMI transmitter dongle, wireless HDMI receiver unit, USB A-Mini to USB cable to power transmitter, 90 degree HDMI elbow connector and WHDI remote control

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    The Warpia StreamEZ will be available for purchase starting March 1, 2012 for $219.99 SRP at www.warpia.com/products/streamez-swp700.
     
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    1920x1280? Is that a typo? I guess this is great for TVs across the room or maybe even in another room.
     
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    Nifty but I am just not convinced the technology is mature enough for me to buy in yet.
     
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    im wondering how well it works in the real world with distance,interferance, walls, pipes etc.. the box does show a laptop right next to a tv
     
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    I personally am curious what band and frequency of the wireless spectrum this is operating on.
     
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    according to there specs Wireless Protocol: WHDI: 4.9 – 5.9GHz bandwidth
     
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    I simply wonder if it has enough bandwidth for full HD without artifacting at that frequency.
     
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    Yeah and more than one of them too. So kinda looks some one got another grunt to do there work they typed.

    As the pic says it is a typo too.



    Not in to wireless shit so this has 0 interest really and like Hardstuff said gotta wounder if it can actually deliver.
     
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    It only supports stereo over HDMI? Fail.
     

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