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1. Posted: Tue 31st May 2011 01:42 BST
Video game accessory and peripheral brand Hyperkin is giving the Nintendo Wii HDMI connectivity. Its upcoming Passport: HDMI Cable for Wii creates a direct link from the Wii video game console to a TV or PC monitor. The company claims its Passport HDMI Cable provides a higher native resolution for the Wii.
"The Nintendo Wii system, unfortunately, only outputs interlaced analog signals up to 480. That signal strength can never upscale to 1080. If you are using the normal AV cables that came with the Wii system, then you are getting standard definition, "clarifies Paul Leong of Hyperkin.
The Passport: HDMI Cable will be available at retail in the Summer of 2011. Working prototypes will be on display at E3 in Los Angeles June 7 - 9th, 2011.
2. Posted: Thu 23rd Jun 2011 13:54 BST
Hmm wonder of this thing actually works.
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3. Posted: Thu 23rd Jun 2011 14:20 BST
looks like a sales pitch
Lots of censorship here...
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4. Posted: Thu 23rd Jun 2011 14:39 BST
The VDigi upscaler actually produces a very noticeable improvement in quality and clarity, depending on your TV and setup, but I don't see any particular reason to put faith in this one.
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5. Posted: Thu 23rd Jun 2011 20:38 BST
I just got some composite cables for my Wii (and new HDTV), looks pretty good to me compared to using AV cables on my old SDTV.
6. Posted: Thu 23rd Jun 2011 20:40 BST
Yep I saw that on my local news (where that article came from). Now all I need is an HDTV.
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