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HDMI Gets Replaced by Ethernet

Posted by: , 10:29 AEST, Wed July 7, 2010
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Several large electronics manufactures have designed a new technology that might replace the popular HDMI connection method

The new technology brought to you by Sony, Samsung, LG, and Valens is called "HDBaseT" and could soon replace HDMI connections.

HDBaseT uses RJ45 connectors and existing CAT5e/6 network cables to send video and audio signals, connect to a network, and even power devices remotely.

Prepare to hear more about this new technology later this year.


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