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    Source R&D’s new Warpia Wireless USB Audio/Video Adapter Offers the Ultimate PC to TV Wireless Experience

    Warpia Wireless USB Audio Video AdapterWirelessly watch any downloaded movie, presentation, picture slideshow, or streaming internet video from your laptop/PC to your flat screen TV or projector

    Source R&D, a California-based premier technology provider, announced the Warpia Wireless USB Audio/Video (A/V) Display Adapter based on Wireless USB technology from Wisair, a leading provider of single-chip based Wireless USB solutions. The A/V set lets you enjoy any PC and Internet content wirelessly on a Flat Screen TV, projector or monitor, including HD movies and streaming Internet video.

    The A/V Set incorporates a PC Adapter connected to a USB 2.0 port, available in any notebook or PC. The Display Adapter, which connects to the TV, projector, or monitor, features both VGA and HDMI connectivity. Audio is supported through the HDMI port or via a 3.5mm stereo jack, offering complete flexibility. The Set provides a wireless range of up to 30 feet (in the same room) and is expected to be available soon in retail stores and online retail channels in at an MSRP of $179.99 USD.

    “Following the success of the Wireless USB Display Adapter Set that launched a few months ago for video only, we are excited to launch our newest product which now includes audio. The A/V Set provides easy to use, plug and play wireless PC to TV connectivity. Users can now watch and share their personal photos, camcorder clips, downloaded movies and any other content stored on their notebook PC on an HDTV that serves as their large screen”, said Mike Walsh, Source R&D principal and president. “Together with their wireless home or office network, this product enables a complete wireless Internet TV experience, allowing users to watch online movies and any web site on their HTDV with access to the entire Internet without limitation. Furthermore, users can do so from the comfort of their couch via their notebook PC and regular Internet browser. We are very pleased to enhance our collaboration with Wisair by offering this product, which is based on Wisair’s proven Wireless USB technology”.

    “We are very excited with the launch of the Warpia A/V Display Adapter”, noted David Yaish, Wisair president and CEO. “We plan to maintain our leadership by offering additional Wireless USB solutions to enable more cool applications and low-cost, high-performance products”.

    The Warpia A/V Display Adapter works welll and is easy to setup. This product, and products like it, continue to remind us of the inevitable marriage of web and TV. We said it almost 7 years ago.  Your TV will eventually become your central control center, providing you with every audio/visual/informational media available, and the technology is here and now. (,

    David Novak
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