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 Panasonic Unveils Wireless HD Video System
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Message Text: Panasonic said on Sunday it developed a system allowing consumers to send high-definition video to a television from a video player or gaming console without cables.

The system is based on te new "WirelessHD" technology that enables high-definition video transmission without compromising quality.

Users of the new technology could hang a high-definition television on a wall, far from a digital video recorder or disc player, without running wires between the products.

Panasonic did not give details on which of its products would be fitted with the technology, or when it would be widely available. The announcement was made at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

Companies including Panasonic, Intel, LG Electronics, Sony, Samsung Electronics and SiBEAM have been working together to develop the WirelessHD platform, hoping that it will become an industry standard.
 
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