Product Id: 32935332
Description: IOGEAR Wireless HDMI Transmitter GWHDSTXB - Wireless video/audio extender - up to 9.1 m
Mfr Part #: GWHDSTXB
IOGEAR's Wireless HDMI Transmitter (GWHDSTXB) is the perfect companion for the Wireless 5x2 HD Matrix's receiver (GWHDMS52) and the Wireless HDMI Transmitter and Receiver Kit (GWHD11); sending uncompressed Full HD 1080p from your laptop, computer, game console and or other HDMI device. It adds an additional HDMI device to your existing Wireless 5x2 HD Matrix set up. Add up to a total of 3 Wireless HDMI Transmitters to one (1) GWHDMS52 set up.
The simplified Wireless Transmitter does not require any drivers or software, just plug it into the HDMI port of your HDMI device and you are sending wireless audio/video up to 30ft from the Wireless 5x2 HD Matrix receiver.
Take advantage of your large screen HDTV and send your computer's screen wirelessly for all your internet browsing, favorite video sites, shopping, reviewing and sharing of your photos and videos.
With less than 1ms latency you can set your computer or game console up for wireless gaming!
The Wireless HDMI Transmitter does not require a line-of-sight placement enabling a quick, simple, and flexible wireless audio/video solution.
- Wireless HDMI Transmitter companion for the IOGEAR Wireless 5x2 HD Matrix (GWHDMS52) and Wireless HDMI Transmitter and Receiver Kit (GWHD11) wireless receiver*
- Wireless uncompressed Full HD 1080p audio/video streaming with 3D support up to 30ft**
- Connect and wirelessly transmit content from a Laptop, Game Console, Blu-ray / DVD player and or Set-top box/DVR/Cable box with HDMI output
- Wireless Full HD 1080p and 5.1 channel digital audio
- Video Resolutions: 480p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p
- No software or driver installation needed
- Based on WHDI Technology - Low latency < 1ms; great for wireless gaming
- Required: IOGEAR Wireless 5x2 HD Matrix (GWHDMS52) or Wireless HDMI Transmitter and Receiver Kit (GWHD11)
- * Distances may vary depending on environment; solid objects such as steel, concrete and brick may cause shorter viewing distances or loss of signal