Published on November 15th,2006 at 8:40 AM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

Radiient 4 ports HDMI 1.2 hub

If your HD TV (Full HD only) has only one HDMI port, you’ll soon realize this is not enough at all! With the Mac Mini, the future PS3, the future HD-DVD et Blu-Ray burner, you’ll be short on HDMI ports (I may be ahead of myself, but I like to plan 6 years in advance to avoid surprises). The solution: invest into an HDMI hub. The latest HDMI hub in Japan is the Radiient HDMI Switch Select-4. It supports HDMI 1.2a (too bad, the PS3 is 1.3), HDCP, 1080p. The specs are nice, but the price is steep: 460.00 euros, about the price of my future PS3… I’d like to keep my arm and leg, thank you…


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