I got to say, I love anything wireless. Flat screen HDTV were meant to be wireless.Â I hope this is as bad ass as it sounds. Also a $599 Blu-ray Home Theater in a Box.Â That is a wondering price point to put Philips in the game.Â Most of the new blu-ray stand alone players coming out are near $300 alone.Â Now this type of price point will really help to start attracting people.Â Lets cross our fingers that blu-ray media will fall in price also and we’d have a win.
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New York â€” Philips plans fourth-quarter shipment of its first wireless-HD transmitter/receiver system and late-June shipments of its first Blu-ray-equipped home theater in a box (HTiB) system, which will retail for a suggested $599.
The HTiB is from P&F, the Atlanta-based Funai Electric subsidiary that markets Philips-branded TVs and HTiBs in the U.S. under a licensing agreement with Philips. The wireless HDMI device is from Stamford, Conn.-based Philips Consumer Lifestyle (PCC), which markets MP3 players, iPod-docking speaker systems, digital media adapters, DECT cordless phones, remotes and other accessories.
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