WHDI does currently. The difference? Increased range and a knack for distributing to more than just an HDTV. It's expected that AXAR will find its way into TVs, set-top boxes and a range of network devices in time for Christmas 2010, where it will allow any AXAR-enabled device (a laptop, phone, PMP, HDTV, PC, etc.) to receive 1080p content from a media player, Blu-ray player or similar. Better still, it can also distribute those signals to WiFi-enabled products if your network can handle it. Currently, the tech can support two separate HD streams at the same time, and it can broadcast 'em to a living space that's three times that of the Buckingham Palace. We'll be sure to poke our nose around for more at CES, but in the meanwhile, feel free to catch a few first impressions down in the source link.