Grand HD cinema: The world’s first USB to HDMI converter

grand_hd_cinemaThe company Lancerlink [JP] and GRANDTEC ELECTRONIC from Taiwan have jointly developed the Grand HD Cinema, a USB to HDMI converter. According to GRANDTEC, it’s the world’s first device of its kind.

The Grand HD Cinema basically allows users to play media files stored in their PCs on their TVs by transforming USB input into HDMI…

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grand_hd_cinema

grand_hd_cinema

Features
Computer monitors and HDMI (TV display) can be connected easily
Up to 70,000 units, HDMI monitor (TV display) and for expansion of
HDCP support
audio signalscorresponding to one of two video signals (for connecting multiple units, audio output is available only in a vehicle)
Supports USB bus power (AC adapter not
HDMI resolutions up to 720P
Windows Vista Aero (32 bit) support
OS support in English, English manual included
The camera W100xD55xH33mm Software included with display settings (mirror set, set the screen and multi-monitor configuration, set extensions), sound settings (Sound Effects Settings)

Source: CrunchGear

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