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Silicon Image reveals UltraGig 6400 wireless HDMI output for next-gen phones and tablets

Engadget - Up 'til now, the WirelessHD standard has been best suited to large, thirsty devices like laptops, AV adapters and projectors. If we wanted video output from a battery-powered weakling of a mobile device, then we'd either be looking at a WiFi-based option like AirPlay, DLNA or Miracast, which can sacrifice bandwidth and latency, or at a wired connection like MHL, which effectively means tethering ourselves to the TV. (Gadgets, Phones, Smartphone, Tablets)

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