Wednesday, October 19th 2011

PowerColor Introduces a New Multimedia Streaming Solution - SlingIt

PowerColor today introduces all-new multimedia solution, SlingIt, which is designed to help centralize and distribute entertainment to various devices inside your home. SlingIt creates a gateway to wireless entertainment by offering a pair of devices that builds a bridge among multiple rooms.

Any device with HDMI connection can be supported by SlingIt. SlingIt allows users to set up easily by just plugging the transmitter to HDMI source and the receiver to HDVT, and then you can stream Youtube, play games, or share photos with your friends. SlingIt brings incredible HD experience to users with a variety media formats.
Transmit uncompressed 1080p HD/3D wirelessly without noticeable latency
SlingIt presents flexible and uncompressed 1080p wireless transmission from desktop PC or notebook to HDTV, users are available to enjoy full 1080p HD video, Blu-ray 3D playback with up to 1920 x 1080 resolution for all HDMI devices. The most important of all, SlingIt transfer HD content without noticeable latency, brings amazing lag-free home entertainment.

Support HID & IR remote control
SlingIt supports Human Interface devices (HID), for example, wireless mouse and keyboard. You can share photos, stream YouTube, play games, watch movies from PC and remote control it without moving your feet. Also with the IR support, you can make your remote controller backward, forward, pause or change channels without your device nearby.

Plug and Play
The interface design of SlingIt is very user-friendly, there’s no need for driver installation. All you need to do is plug the cable into your HDMI device, then SlingIt will operate automatically without any effort.

SlingIt provides difference types of application for home entertainment; you can get more detail information here.
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5 Comments on PowerColor Introduces a New Multimedia Streaming Solution - SlingIt

i'd rather have a flash drive
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~Technological Technocrat~
AstraLuna said:
i'd rather have a flash drive
but flash drives are hardly suitable to run games off...

Its not impossible. but load times will be real bad, let alone the game loading at all due to missing files or DRM protection.

Older games like Quake or UT99 should be fine though. UT99 will run off anything, hours worth of fun with friends.
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HDVT? awesome.... i think

edit: the hell you guys talking about? this is just a wireless HDMI transmitter, so you dont need to run a cable.
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Show me a full 1080p Blu-ray in a house with concrete and I'll be impressed.

If it can do 1080p through normal walls I'll think it is very good, and 1080p in the environment of that video, I'd say good.

If anything over 720p is choppy then it would suck.

It is pretty easy to use for the average joe
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