Mirroring your computer onto any HDMI display with Airtame wireless dongle

Here’s yet another option for wirelessly mirroring your computer screen to another display, but don’t worry: This one is rather impressive. Airtame, the creation of a group of Danish folks, is an HDMI dongle that links your PC — be it running Windows, OS X or Linux — to whatever display it’s plugged into over WiFi. Installation is a breeze: All you need on the PC side is just the software, and from there you can choose which dongles to beam your screen to. Yes, dongles, because you really can beam one PC to multiple screens, thus beating Miracast. We also played a game on one of the laptops, and the response time on the remote display was surprisingly good.





Samsung 105-inch Curved UHD 4K TV

Today Samsung announced the availability of its biggest curved screen TV ever. First shown at the 2014 CES, the 105-inch UN105S9W UHD 4K TV sells for $119,999.99 . Unlike Samsung’s other curved models which incorporate the HDTV and UHDTV standard 1.78:1 aspect ratio, this one uses an ultra wide panel with 2.37:1 aspect ratio. More details after the break.

The UN105S9W can be ordered this week at It joins the other S9 flat UHD 4K models which are available in 85- and 110-Inch screens. The UN105S9W is a full array LED backlit LCD with local dimming using Samsung’s propriety UHD dimming and Precision Black technology.

Due to its wider aspect ratio the native screen resolution is 5120 x 2160 making the UN105S9W the highest resolution TV (with over 11 million pixels) available.

The UN105S9W comes with the floor stand, however the LCD panel can be detached and mounted to a specialty wall mount (price and model number TBA).

Each 105inch TV will be made to order.


Smaller, lighter, mightier still – GoPro HERO3 HD Camera – Take UltraHD Videos on the Go

Capture and share your life’s most meaningful experiences with the HERO3+ Black Edition. 20% smaller and lighter than its best-selling predecessor, it delivers improved image quality and powerful new features geared for versatility and convenience. SuperView™ is a new video mode that captures the world’s most immersive wide angle perspective, while Auto Low Light mode intelligently adjusts frame rate for stunning low-light performance. Combined with 30% longer battery life, 4x faster Wi-Fi, a sharper lens and compatibility with all GoPro mounts and accessories, the HERO3+ Black Edition is the most advanced GoPro yet.

The HERO3+ Black Edition is 20% smaller and lighter than previous models and is compatible with all GoPro mounts and accessories—making it the most mountable, wearable and versatile GoPro ever.

Stunning video quality has made GoPro the world’s best-selling camera company, and the HERO3+ Black Edition continues this tradition. High-resolution, high-frame rate 1440p48, 1080p60, 960p100 and 720p120 video modes result in professional quality footage and allow for liquid-smooth slow motion playback. 4Kp15 and 2.7Kp30 enable ultra high-resolution, cinema quality capture.

The HERO3+ Black Edition captures gorgeous 12MP stills at up to 30 frames per second—perfect for fast-action sequences. Time Lapse mode enables automatic photo capture at 0.5, 1, 2, 5, 10, 30 or 60 second intervals. Continuous Photo shoots full-resolution stills at a steady 3, 5 or 10 frames per second when holding down the shutter button.

GoPro is proud to introduce SuperView, a video mode that captures the world’s most immersive wide angle perspective. It allows you to capture more of yourself and your surroundings in the shot—resulting in captivating, ultra engaging footage.

Want your camera to automatically adjust for low-light situations? Auto Low Light mode intelligently changes frame rates based on lighting conditions for enhanced low-light performance.

Enjoy crisper, clearer footage with reduced distortion. The HERO3+ Black Edition boasts a 33% increase in image sharpness thanks to its sharper lens and 2x reduction in imaging artifacts.

Sound quality is as important as image quality. The HERO3+ Black Edition features upgraded audio performance, capturing even the most subtle of sounds—whether you’re recording voices, music or the roar of your engine on a spirited drive. Advanced wind-noise reduction technology keeps the audio clearer during high-speed activities.

Featuring a 30% increase in battery life, you can go longer and capture more with the HERO3+ Black Edition.

The GoPro App makes it easy to control your camera, and lets you do more with your GoPro content than ever before. Get full remote control of all camera functions. See what your camera sees with live preview for easy shot-framing. View photos and play back videos, then share your favorites via email, text, Instagram™, Facebook® and more.


Cablesson SAP- 3 Digital to Analogue Audio Converter PDIF – TOSlink / Coaxial to Stereo Left/Right RCA

SAP-3 Digital to Analogue Audio Converter – PDIF – TOSlink / Coaxial to Stereo Left/Right RCA is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 63/100 = Good quality.
This very useful device can convert either digital optical TosLink or coaxial SPDIF signals to analogue stereo left and right phono output ports. Both optical and coaxial cables can be connected at the same time although only one can be active at a time. A simple switch control determines which signal is active.

The Digital to Analog Audio converter is designed for either home or professional audio switching. It converts Coaxial or Toslink digital audio signals to analog L/R audio and connects to an external device such as an amplifier via standard RCA jacks. For home or professional audio switching, the New Cablesson Digital to Analog Audio Converter (Superior Audio Processing – SAP) is designed small in size and quite easy to install. (Plug and play)


Maestro 16m Ultra Advanced High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet CL3 Support for Audio Return Channel Better Sound

The latest revision for Cablesson Maestro 16m HDMI Cable doubles the bandwidth of the original and has opened the door for a host of potential new advancements in Home Theater Audio/Video performance. New features such a “Deep Colour,” higher colour gamut, and high resolution, 3D ready, multi-channel audio formats like Dolby True HD and DTS-HD Master Audio will make higher bandwidth demands than ever before. Maestro 16m cable Design for smart home installation CL3 Rated for “in-wall” installations and Nylon Braided with Silver HDMI Core which help to Maximize Performance and life of the hdmi cable.  Cablesson Maestro cables are constructed to the highest quality with full triple layer shielding from end to end, strong, solid wire welds and the highest quality materials including high purity copper, gold plated connectors and tin plated conduits.Cablesson  Maestro 16m HDMI cables are produced to provide pure digital signals without distortion or loss in signal. They are made with Mylar foil to provide the best insulation possible. Don’t settle for less when selecting your HDMI cables. 26AWG Metal Die-cast casing. Nitrogen gas-injected dielectric with quad-shielding for maximum signal strength. Delivers Up to 2160p Digital HDTV. High Speed HDMI with Ethernet (HDMI 1.4) ALL OF Cablesson’s Maestro cables are produced to conform to the HDMI 1.4 standard, this is the latest currently available and features the following benefits: The Cable is produced offering HIGH SPEED Data for Video and through the use of a Bidirectional IP channel also ETHERNET Signal, thus enabling you to use just one Cable to carry Audio, Video and Data signals. Equipped with an AUDIO return channel, thus allowing any display with Output capabilities to output its sound through any amplifier of choice as opposed to being forced to use the displays own (often inadequate) speakers.  CL3 Rated for inwall installation with Silver HDMI Core 3D Ready 24K Gold-plated Connector Plug Contacts Mylar Backed Foil HDMI 1.4 increases its single-link bandwidth from 165MHz (4.95 gigabits per second) to 340 MHz (21.6 Gbps) to support the demands of future high definition display devices, such as higher resolutions, Deep Color and high frame rates.Equipment manufacturers are bringing out new devices to take advantage of these new features. Be ready for what the future has in store with Cablesson Maestro1.4 16m HDMI cables. These cables have been designed to meet the high bandwidth performance standards set by HDMI 1.4.


VISA introduced newest digital interface displayPort

DisplayPort is the newest digital display interface standard introduced by VESA. DisplayPort to HDMI Multimode Short 200mm Cable makes it easy to integrate DisplayPort PC or Laptop and HDTV.  The format supports both digital video and audio and is a simple solution for connecting your DisplayPort equipment devices using HDMI cables to your exisiting HDMI devices. DisplayPort to DVI cable is designed for use with newer PCs and Laptops. Simply connect the cable to the DisplayPort of the source device and the DVI end to an external DVI monitor,HDTV or projector.  You can watch movies or even a presentation direct from your PA or Laptop with DisplayPort. It represents a digital alternative to consumer analog standards such as Radio Frequency (RF) coaxial cable, composite video, S-Video, SCART, component video, D-Terminal, and VGA. HDMI connects digital audio/video sources such as set-top boxes, Blu-ray Disc players, personal computers (PCs), video game consoles, and AV receivers to compatible digital audio devices, computer monitors, and digital televisions.  Compliant with DisplayPort 1.1 Specification for both 1.62 and 2.7 Gbps Compliant with HDMI Support full DisplayPort link traning HDTV: 480i/p, 576i/p, 1080i/p Short 200mm Cable.



hdmi optical cable

Have seen remarks here that “all optical cables sound alike” because “they all transmit 0′s and 1′s,” etc. That’s true, but it’s also true that coax transmits the same 0′s and 1′s. Coax cables sound different, and so do opticals. It’s not digits, folks, it’s the materials used, echoes, resonance, impedance matching, clock timing/jitter, etc., etc. These AR’s do have a cleaner, clearer, more detailed sound than their more expensive Monster Lightspeed counterparts (which are generally awful). Considering the price, this AR cable is quite good; a clean high end, nice midrange, very decent soundstage in width and depth. There are rave reviews here for these AR’s – I can’t justify a 4 or 5 rating here.

 On high end equipment, they sound clean but too lean, the very low end being detailed and tight but not as ‘there’ as the rest of the spectrum. A (very) mild hardness in the upper midrange, especially on female voices. The lead-in of instrumental attack is a little sloppy (piano, drums, guitar, etc.), often making some piano keys sound as if they need to be screwed down tighter or something. On lesser audio systems (Best Buy, Circuit City, etc.) the AR’s did acquit themselves quite well. Give them a 4 in cheapo systems, but with mid-fi or higher their faults become amplified. Still, at $35 they present a good, well-focused soundstage and sounded mighty nice on my older (cheapo) system, which typically had bloated bass and wiry highs that this cable handled well. For high-end gear, unfortunately, they won’t do. I have to add points to the AR’s overall rating, however, because of their very good DVD picture playback. In that respect, the AR’s were far superior in DVD playback to the over-priced junk being sold by Monster nowadays. On my audio system I have better, pricier cables, but these AR’s have found a permanent home on my Toshiba DVD video player.


Mid-2010 Macbook sets Audio Output for HDMI

Although Apple found that it wasn’t necessary to issue an official report confirming recent hardware upgrades to its popular, 13-inch, polycarbonate MacBook, the company did post a document online pointing out to newly added support for audio and video output via its Mini DisplayPort, enabling users to connect to an HDMI HDTV using a cable, or adapter.

Support document HT4167, entitled “MacBook (13-inch, Mid 2010): External ports and connectors,” aims to inform customers about the available ports and connectors on the new MacBook (13-inch, Mid 2010). The Mac maker shows a picture of the device with the side housing the connectors blown up for a better view. Below the image, a table is provided with the names of the ports (left side, back to front) and what each of them does (reproduced below).

MagSafe power port – Plug in the included 60W MagSafe Power Adapter to recharge the MacBook battery.

Gigabit Ethernet port (10/100/1000Base-T) – Connect to a high-speed Ethernet network, a DSL or cable modem, or another computer. The Ethernet port automatically detects Ethernet devices and doesn’t require an Ethernet crossover cable.

Mini DisplayPort (video out) – Connect to an external display, projection device, or TV that uses a DVI, HDMI (audio and video)1 or VGA connector with a separate adapter. You can purchase adapters for supported video formats from Apple.

Two high-speed USB (Universal Serial Bus) 2.0 ports – Connect a modem, iPod, iPhone, mouse, keyboard, printer, disk drive, digital camera, joystick, and more to your MacBook. You can also connect USB 1.1 devices.

Audio out port – Connect external speakers, headphones (including iPhone), or digital audio equipment to use a line-level microphone or analog equipment. Specify the audio line in functionality using Sound system preferences.

Security Slot – Attach a lock and cable (available separately) to prevent theft.

Softpedia reported yesterday that Apple had quietly updated the offerings on its web store with a new-model MacBook. Still a base configuration, the device retains the 2GB of standard memory, but gains a higher clocked CPU – 2.4GHz (Intel Core 2 Duo), and NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics with 256MB of memory (shared). The device also features an improved LED-backlit display, and ships with the newly introduced AC adapter.

Before the device was confirmed, our site reported that Vietnam was again the source of an Apple leak – particularly, the new MacBook model. On May 17th, Vietnamese forum posted images and a video of a yet-unreleased MacBook computer. The system became available for immediate purchase the next day.


3DTV World Forum newly launced in London

25th & 26th May 2010, Hilton Paddington, London, UK

The 3DTV World Forum taking place in London in May 2010 is the first ever worldwide conference addressing every aspect of this new technology and its relevance across the whole value chain.

Including over 30 speakers from the forefront of 3DTV, the show will include panel discussions, industry forecasts and projections, case studies from renowned service providers and 3D innovators, and ample opportunity to network with the leading voices of this new technology from right across the world.

Topics to be addressed at this important two day event will include reception and display, image acquisition and rights, distribution, storage and post-production, looking at a range of potential business models and content possibilities from films and sport to documentaries. We will also address current varying standards across the world, bandwidth issues and constraints and the possible psycho-physiological effects of 3D on the small screen.


Sony introduced the first 3D sound for home theater

Sony introduced three new upcoming products for its audio lineup this Wednesday, all of which offer to bring so-called 3D sound to the home.

These new 3D audio products, which are a first for Sony, include two soundbars and a home theater system. Going by the names of HT-CT150 and HT-CT350, the two soundbars will provide 3.1 3D audio, with the HT-SF470 home theater system offering up 5.1 3D delights.

All three of these offerings are surprisingly reasonably priced. The 340-watt HT-CT150 will set you back just $300, and is a soundbar designed to attach to Sony’s 2010 32-inch Bravia TVs. The HT-CT350, which comes in at $400, is designed to match Sony sets that are 40 inches or larger. The final new offering, the HT-SF470 will set buyers back $550 and features a 1000-watt 5.1 surround sound system. Those who choose to pick up the top-of-the-line model will get wireless floor-standing front and rear speakers, a subwoofer, an HDMI repeater, 3 HDMI inputs, and more.

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