This wireless high-def solution came out of no-where. We knew people were working on wireless high-def products but didn't expect to see Benq with one of the first. It is a rather slick interface and is meant to be used on their MP620, MP770, and MP720p projectors, but we don't see why it could be adapted to other devices. It looks like the wireless receiver simply attaches to the DVI port on the back of the projector and can accept the signal from ether a 802.11a/b/g or Ethernet connection. To be very honest the max throughput of the model is 1024 x 768 that is a hair from being true high-def but it is awful close to the real McCoy.

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