Nvidia Wireless Graphics Card: Too Big Now, But Imagine if it Were Available for Smartphones in the Future

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.

KFA2 GeFore GTX460 WHDI 1024MB PCle 2.0

The KFA2 NVIDIA® GeForce® 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