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Does anyone know what the TY-FB7WPE wireless board for Panny does?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by calvinhobbes, Jan 12, 2005.

  1. calvinhobbes

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    Does it allow you to transfer video to it wirelessly?
     
  2. Supersonic72

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    It would appear to be a way of displaying PC/Computer images wirelessly
    to the panel, multiple-up, ideal for classrooms...

    Not exactly cheap for what sounds like a WiFi card concept?

    Anyone else care to elaborate
     
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    From what I've read this is a 802.11b type WiFi interface. Could be enough to transmit static or quasi-static (slide show/presentations for ex.) screen contents but there's no way it can transport video type data (not enough bandwidth, by a large margin).

    I'm just wondering what's the encoding format for the desktop data sent to the plasma via WiFi, but probably the card must come with a driver and/or small PC app to help manage that... :confused:
     
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    Comes with a PC app, and it's limited to about 10-15 fps. No good for DVD, but brilliant for sainsburys to you with the wife!
     
  5. Rabbitohs

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    I have one for sale that came with a TV I bought awhile back.

    How much are they worth?

    What is a suitable sale price?

    Thanks :clap:
     
  6. Rabbitohs

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    Would £10-20 be too cheap?

    I have this and the full boxed component board £10-20 to sell before we move house.

    Appraisal wanted from you experts!

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    Why not try selling them in the classifieds section on these forums?
     
  8. Rabbitohs

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    Hi

    Yes I could do although I'm a new member here so is that still OK to sell?

    Are my prices about right?:hiya:
     

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