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Nokia noBounds projects promises full HD video over USB or WLAN

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It's not the first time Nokia's teased us with a research effort it's working on, but unlike some other recent examples, the company's so-called noBounds project likely isn't decades away from becoming a reality, although that's not to say it's not impressive. As you can see in the video after the break, the project aims to let you pair a cellphone or handheld up with virtually any type of display, and deliver full HD video at 30 frames per second over USB or WLAN. That's apparently also done with "very low power consumption," and would work either with displays with a built-in USB or WLAN connection, or any other display with the addition of a dongle. Needless to say, there's no indication as to when we might see such a system let loose, but you can be sure we'll be keeping our eye out for any further developments.



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