If you’ve been thinking of streaming videos from your iOS device to your TV but aren’t willing to pay for an Apple TV, perhaps VogDuo might have what you’re looking for. The company has just sent its Wireless 2.4G AV Station to the FCC and it’s a 2-piece device, consisting of a transmitter and receiver. The transmitter obviously connects to the port on your iPad/iPhone while the receiver connects to your TV via composite cable. One difference from using Apple’s AirPlay, which streams video over your home network, is that the Wireless AV Station sends data directly between the transmitter and receiver, which makes it useful in scenarios where you’re in a hotel or meeting room without access to a local network. The video resolution is currently capped at 480i and the transmitter has a 5-hour battery life. Pricing and availability information haven’t been mentioned just yet.
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