We were pretty impressed when Amimon demoed their wireless HD interface for us back at CES, and apparently we weren't the only ones. Motorola announced today that they'll be investing in the Israeli-based company, whose WHDMI interface lets you transfer HD video between components with no degradation in video quality or lag. The technology is expected to work on today's HDTV sets via an optional dongle that Amimon will put to the market. They also plan on embedding their chips into future flat-panels so all that wireless goodness will be built right in.
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Let's all hope that this actually becomes a standard and someone doesn't pull a SONY and come up with a "competing" incompatible standard like those super-alsomely-high-definition-no-one-buys-them-next-gen DVDs.