Fujitsu has launched its first 22 inch wireless monitor which Fujitsu says is ‘truly wireless’ using a combination of cable-cutting wireless data and an inductive power system to provide both the power and the signal for the screen.
The new display will be showcased at the up and coming CeBIT 2011 this week (Hanover, Germany, from March 1-5) and will be demonstrating Fujitsu’s new SUPA (Smart Universal Power Access) hotspots that can be built into desks, countertops and office panels to provide the required juice.
The technology paves the way for “park and play” computing, where displays are powered simply by being placed on a desktop or conference table hot-spot.
The smart-power antenna is concentrated on a hot-spot and the technology is completely safe, just like induction-based kitchen hobs and electric toothbrush chargers. The display receives picture images via wireless USB from a desktop or notebook, with a range of up to 10 meters.
Unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet, as the technology is still being fully tested, but as soon as it becomes available we will let you know.
The company will also be showcasing its new Cloud Program for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and providing an insight into its Dynamic Infrastructure Block technology.
Via SlashgearFiled Under: Displays News, Technology News