'True wireless' TV to be shown at CES in Las Vegas


'True wireless' TV to be shown at CES in Las Vegas

'True wireless' TV to be shown at CES in Las Vegas

The idea of ​​wireless data transfer captured the minds of users and manufacturers so much that the newly formed startup Diplace decided to create a completely wireless TV. This is not about a TV that connects via Wi-Fi, but about a battery-powered device that can be taken out into the yard - more precisely, about four devices at once, from which you can make a video wall if you wish.

At the same time, the wall can turn out to be quite large, with a diagonal of 110 inches, because the wireless TVs themselves have a diagonal of 55 inches - these are OLED panels with 4K resolution, completely devoid of any connectors, interfaces, including ports for charging batteries. At the same time, they do not work on the principle of an ordinary tablet - the creators' idea is that the video signal will come to them from an external unit, which in turn is connected to an outlet, the Internet and, probably, to broadcast antennas, but this specification has not yet been fully determined.

This block processes all incoming video signals, for which it is equipped with an AMD processor, an Nvidia video card and is compatible with Wi-Fi 6. By the way, nothing is said about the filling of “TVs” - except that they will also support Wi-Fi 6. For them, Diplace has patented its own system of replaceable batteries, they will be charged in a separate unit, and the capacity of each, according to the creators, will be enough for about a month of daily use for 6 hours a day.

It is noteworthy that even these TVs will be controlled non-standard - a remote control is not provided for them. All control is carried out either by touch, through the screen, or by voice, or by gestures that are recognized through the camera (you can turn it off). In the latter case, the movements are very reminiscent of the classic swipe and swipe, as on smartphones and tablets. For example, a running video can simply be "flicked" from one "TV" to another.

There is not a word about the installation requirements and its type in the description. And about how far you can take TVs from the base unit - too. But they obviously won't be wearable. Each 55-inch rectangular-faced device will weigh around 8kg and be just under 3cm thick. No pricing or timeline is known for this creation, but sales are slated to begin in the US.

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