Philips Electronics has confirmed U.S. retail availability for its Wireless HDTV Link to wirelessly deliver high-definition (HD) TV picture quality (up to 1080p) without ruining the aesthetics of the home. Unsightly wires are a digital burden of the past with the Philips Wireless HDTV Link, which replaces the cables that connect the HD cable set-top box, HD satellite receiver, Blu-ray player and gaming console to an HDTV.

Consumers can relocate HD devices (set-top box and other AV components) up to 75 feet away from the TV without signal loss or degradation. The Wireless HDTV Link also offers an alternative to costly, in-wall custom installation and a solution where in-wall custom installation is impossible – concrete, stone or brick walls.

Wireless HDTV Link is available for purchase at amazon.com and dell.com with a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $799. It will be sold at Sam’s Club, samsclub.com and Costco.com beginning November 2009. The company will expand the product’s national brick and mortar retail availability in late fourth quarter 2009 and early 2010.

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