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Making the Most of WiFi

HDFlow Think that a wireless network is only good for moving data around, printing and sharing an Internet connection? Peerless-AV’s HD Flow Wireless Multimedia Kit is an 802.11n router that can add audio-visual distribution to its list of classroom duties. It can move HD video to a projector or large screen monitor as well as surround sound audio to a set of speakers, but is limited to a 131-foot range, plenty for most classrooms. Each transmitter can service up to 4 receivers and the $429 kit comes with a transmitter and receiver and a remote control. While the transmitter has a pair of HDMI, VGA and composite video, the receiver has an HDMI, composite and component video ports.  





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This is really innovative; I'll get myself one for sure.

What would you sue it for?

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