Taiwanese semiconductor maker Realtek has partnered with Asus to develop wireless monitors employing Realtek's Wireless USB technology.
Wireless monitors reduce clutter and permit more flexible and streamlined office layouts 4bBy eliminating video cables.
The firms claim that the connection and disconnection process is reduced to the "ultimate in convenience" via automatic system configuration.
A high bandwidth wireless connection means that the monitor offers the performance of a wired connection with the flexibility of wireless, the pair said.
The Asus wireless monitor employs an integrated Wireless USB module embedded into the monitor.
The monitor pairs with either Wireless USB HWA (Host Wire Adapter) or WHCI (Wireless Host Controller Interface) solutions attached to the PC.
"Wireless operation opens up an entirely new experience to our customers, with unsurpassed convenience and ease-of-use," said Vincent Chiou, director of Asus Display.
"Our search for high performance and quality led us to choose Realtek's state-of-the art Wireless USB solutions as a key component in raising the easy usability of Asus monitors to a new level."
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