Wouldn’t it be nice if you could easily transfer a presentation slidedeck or video demo from your phone’s relatively tiny display to a large LCD display or projector? There are various ways to do this now to some extend. But, they all require carrying some special cable or having a special projector. What if you could wirelessly send the display output from your phone to a larger display? We’re not quite there yet (leaving aside special cables and pico projectors for the moment). And, while Nvidia’s KFA2 cable-free graphics card is much too large for smartphones today, imagine what might be possible as size and power requirements go down over the years.
The KFA2 NVIDIAÂ® GeForceÂ® GTX 460 WHDI graphics card the world’s first wireless Graphics Card, with a combination of Graphics and AMIMONS’s WHDI technology this card enables the end-user to wirelessly connect their desktop/ tower PC’s to their HDTV or distant display with out the hassle of cables.
Via bit-tech.net: KFA2 Announces Cable-Free Graphics Card