Asia CNET reports on HDMI technology which is sure to interest all HD gamers around the world:
It's a common dilemma: You have the flat-panel TV perfectly placed in the living room or home theater, but the rest of your gear is located halfway across the room. You can snake a long HDMI cable around the perimeter--or you can consider something like the Belkin FlyWire. The transmitter/receiver combo lets you toggle up to six HDMI sources and wirelessly transmit audio and video--up to full 1080p--from one side of the room (your equipment rack) to the other (your big-screen TV or projector). The generous connectivity means even the biggest home theater geek will have the capacity for all of his gear--say, a PS3, Xbox 360 Elite, DVD recorder, HD-DVD player, and a home theater PC. Setup is said to be plug-and-play (the transmitter pairs with the receiver at the touch of a button), and because it's a closed system, it should be universally compatible with any HDMI source and TV. Belkin isn't specifying the range--yet--but hints that the system will work "throughout the home." On the downside, the fact that it's HDMI only means you'll need some sort of analog-to-digital converter for analog only video sources such as the Nintendo Wii (most newer mid- to high-end AV receivers will handle the job). Look for the FlyWire to hit US stores by summer 2008 for US$500 to US$600.