Wisair announced a new Wireless USB chip
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The semiconductor manufacturer, Wisair, will supposedly introduce a new single-chip Wireless USB as part of the Computex show this year. The company focuses on producing UWB (Ultra Wideband) solutions that deliver high data transfer rates (up to 480Mbps) and allowing users to share content across multiple devices.
The Wireless USB chip, which is soon set to appear in Taipei, will be able to wirelessly connect to HDTVs and external monitors. According to Wisair, the Wireless USB delivers high-performance, low-power consumption and is relatively small in size. In addition, consumers can use it to stream media content such as videos or presentations and even though it is targeted towards tablets, reports indicate that very soon it may be integrated in other devices, too.