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Japan's Twinbird is coming out with a gadget that wirelessly streams TV all throughout your humble abode. Called the Zabady (which is Yiddish, I believe, for "wild" or "crazy"), it's comprised of a 7-inch screen that sports a 480x234-pixel resolution and a corresponding dock. A/V sources like TVs and DVD players are plugged into the dock, which then uses Wi-Fi to spit the image out to the 7-inch screen. Think of it like a Slingbox, but for short distance location shifting.

The inclusion of Wi-Fi may be impressive, but it's all for naught if the screen is rubbish.

Product Page (in Japanese) [Twinbird via Akihabara News]