The world’s thinnest LCD HDTV

Whenever we talk about thinness and sharpness in electric devices we, definitely, have to mention Sharp .The world has noted some signs of Sharp’s sharpness and thinness earlier this year when Sharp showed the world’s thinnest LCD HDTVs of its X-Series.

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Wireless HDTV linkage

To offer a wireless HDTV linkage based on AMIMON’s WHDI technology Sharp has made a partnership with AMIMON 46-, 42- and 37-inch high-definition TV sets are being put for sale in the U.S. and Japan with an option of wireless video transmitter that will allow the users to send not compressed HD to HDTV from the distance of almost 100-feet.

Pricing and availability in the U.S.
However, Sharp has not disclosed yet about the pricing and availability of the device in the U.S.

About the companies in the deal

Sharp Corporation
As we know Sharp is not needy of any introduction as its electronic goods are part and parcels of every home in almost all the courtiers of the world. Sharp is considered one of the leaders of digital technologies and LCDs. Besides developing new network businesses, Sharp offers an endless range of consumer electronic goods, information products and other heavy electronic machinery.

Presently 58,900 people are working with the company worldwide and it’s recorded annual sales during fiscal year 2006-07 was around 3,127,771 million yen. To know more about the company just make visits at http: //sharp-world.com/index.html.

AMIMON, Ltd

The head quarter of the company is situated in Herzlia, Israel and there other offices in USA, Japan and Korea. The company provides uncompressed wireless that is also known as WHDI and it allows HDTV makers to present flat screen sets that have the ability to connect wirelessly to other high-definition video sources within the range of 100 feet

The trade mark of the company is WHDI while there are some other registered trademarks that belong to respective holders.

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