Incorporates SiBEAM’s WirelessHD technology
Asus has launched two new notebook computer models that incorporate SiBEAM’s WirelessHD technology that ensures 1080p/60 video and latency-free gaming experience.
The company said that SiBEAM’s wireless video network chips on display mini-card (DMC) modules will be incorporated on the two new models, the G73JW and the G53.
The addition of new technology will enable consumers to connect to the HD television, while still enabling access to the internet and home network without interference, Asus said.
The new products, when operating in the 60GHz frequency band, will not experience any interference with WiFi, cordless phones, or other wireless technologies. The WirelessHD technology will permit simultaneous usage of these other wireless devices for internet access and home networking, ASUS said.
PC Wang, corporate vice president and general manager of notebook business unit at ASUS, said: “Having evaluated the range of wireless display options available, the WirelessHD offer and wireless chips from SiBEAM were most appealing to Asus.
“Given that the leading provider of WirelessHD technology is SiBEAM, we were delighted to partner with them in bringing the first notebook PC to market with their support.”