Imation Link Wireless Audio/Video Extender streams content from your laptop

Imation reveals a glossy black fin-shaped receiver (pretty like BMW’s  Roof Wing Spoiler), capable to to stream content from your computer to a television or projector.

The Imation Link  Extender uses wireless USB technology, which utilize ultra-wideband wireless USB 2.0 and according Imation,  the Link delivers significantly faster transfer speeds and lower power consumption than traditional WiFi. It has a directional antenna and enabes up to 30-feet of wireless line-of-site range. The expander is capable wirelessly to transmit audio and high-definition video (720p), Internet TV, photos, computer games, business presentations from your notebook and/or desktop PC/Mac to your television or projector.


Imation Link Wireless Audio/Video Extender


Features:

Size

10.875″ x 4.0″ x 5.5″

Display Modes

HD Video (720p)

Photos (1080p)

Audio

2 Channel Stereo

System Compatibility

Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP and Mac OS 10.4 or higher

Minimum System Requirements

1.6 GHz or faster processor (Dual core recommended)

Interface

USB 2.0

The Wireless Audio/Video Extender is available now for $149.99

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