Published: 2023-01-07 18:26
Last Updated: 2023-09-29 16:59
A new startup tech company has unveiled the world’s first fully wireless television, the news about which has been received with excitement as well as skepticism. Unlike the most similar products in the market, which use a single thin fiber-optic cable to carry audio-video signals and power, the new 55-inch, 9kh, 4k TV is entirely powered by batteries. One full charge should last a whole month of six hours of daily use.
The TV gets mounted on the wall with suction technology similar to the way a “shower rack mounts to the wall.” The device just needs to be pressed onto the wall and it will hang there and, for safety purposes, has airbags.
One of the most interesting features about this product is that it is modular, which means multiple screens can be placed next to each other to create a single bigger display. Interestingly, users can still use each screen to watch a different feed, even if they are positioned on the wall as one big screen.
One of the main points causing skepticism is the fact that the device does not come with a remote control; it is fully controlled by hand gestures and voice commands.
With only 100 units available, customers can reserve a unit by paying a USD 299 deposit, if they wish to buy the USD 2,999 single pack.