You can raise some serious doubts about the chances of the new WirelessHD standard that by next year aims to create a short range, high bandwidth wireless technology. The projected January launch indicates that the standard's backers hope to make a big splash as the forthcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
A quick glance under the average desk demonstrates that cables today can make a big mess. But Bluetooth's failure to live up to its self created hype meanwhile has demonstrated that wireless technologies don’t necessarily provide a usable alternative.
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