Thursday, March 3, 2011

CeBIT: Wireless Monitor from Fujitsu

These are completely wireless 22-inch monitor from Fujitsu, whose demonstration was held exclusively in the CeBIT 2011. The device really does not use cables - or to receive a picture from your computer or to draw energy from the grid. For the first prototype uses a USB interface, only wireless. Electricity monitor uses a specially developed a new standard for wireless transmission of electricity (SUPA) on large surfaces. Currently the maximum power transmission power and thus is 25 watts. Restarting the 25-inch monitor is implemented with the lifting height of three inches above the surface on which it is located. Eyewitnesses told the demonstration that there is something to be desired from the wireless monitors - when they blink frequently and sometimes can not be included.

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