The Sharp AQUOS LC-15L1 is a 15″ LCD TV set that has no wires. The Display is powered by a built-in Lithium battery. The AV signal is transmitted wirelessly from the base station that contains the tuner. The AV signal is transmitted over 2.4Ghz frequence. The Sony KLV-17WS1 and the KLV-15WS1 using the new 5GHz wireless protocol 802.11a to receive a broadband media signal anywhere in the home. This is the first Liquid Crystal TVs that uses 5Ghz technology on the market.
Cordless LCD TVs from Sony and Sharp
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