There is just one problem with gadgets and technology, the majority of them all come with some sort of wire either needed to power them or charge them, now a company called Haier is showing off the worlds first wire free 3D HDTV at this years IFA in Berlin.
The Haier HDTV are powered by exchanging energy between the power source and the TV remotely without the need for any wires connected to the TV, and all you home AV components can also communicate with the TV without the need for wires as well.
Haier will also be presenting the world’s first 3D TV to be 100% wireless. With its radiation free magnetic resonance coupling, this 139cm (55 inch) TV is capable of exchanging energy remotely and functioning with no mains cable. The exchange of data also takes place wirelessly thanks to WHDI (Wireless Home Digital Interface) video technology, which enables a non-compressed 1080p HD image to be transmitted over a distance of 30m at a speed of 3Gbps. The television also connects wirelessly to the Internet via a Wi-Fi dongle, enabling access to multiple applications and content.
According to the manufacturer you will also be able to use the wireless HDTV to recharge your mobile devices without the need for charging cables, as soon as we get some more information on when they will be available and how much they will cost we will let you guys know.
Have a look at our handy OLED TV Explained guide for more information on the latest HDTV’s.
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