IOGEAR INTRoduces industry's first wirEless streaming matrix

Technology Leadership Provides New Seamless HDTV Viewing Options

LAS VEGAS - January 8, 2013 - IOGEAR introduced the Wireless 5x2 HD Matrix at the annual International CES today, showcasing the industry's first product capable of sending separate full, uncompressed HD 1080p content to two HD displays or projectors from up to five sources (digital and analog) and switching among the various sources independently. The Wireless 5x2 HD Matrix (GWHDMS52; $399.95) sets new benchmarks in the audio visual industry and will be demonstrated at CES (Central Hall, Booth #9029).

The Wireless 5x2 HD Matrix allows individuals and families to create the custom viewing experiences that fit their needs. A home user can keep the cable box, Blu-ray player, game console or media server in one room with a HDTV accessing content and send separate content wirelessly to another HDTV in any room up to 100 feet away. This means parents can watch their weekly TV dramas, while the kids enjoy their favorite Blu-ray movies in another room. The wireless connectivity does not require a line of sight, so home theater devices can be stored neatly away in one location, and wirelessly send content though walls to another room within the home. The applications are nearly limitless, such as setting up TVs in a bedroom, kitchen, den, patio or game rooms.

Beyond the home, the Wireless 5x2 HD Matrix provides reliable, high quality video for work environments. Business users will now be able to wirelessly stream the same presentation to dual displays or projectors in a conference room. Two conference rooms can be equipped to easily access different content from shared devices. For companies with lobbies, video commercials or ads can be streamed there while a training video is played simultaneously in a conference room. With the Wireless 5x2 HD Matrix, businesses can eliminate the need for a second Blu-ray, cable box, game console or VCR and help streamline costs and space for equipment.

"Consumers increasingly demand more connectivity among their home and business devices, and IOGEAR's new Wireless 5x2 HD Matrix leads the industry in offering flexible content choices," said IOGEAR CEO Jack Wang. "The Wireless 5x2 HD Matrix is a leap forward and further testament to IOGEAR's continuing momentum and innovation."

The Wireless 5x2 HD Matrix will be available online at and through major distribution channels in spring 2013.

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IOGEAR, an Aten International Company, headquartered in Foothill Ranch, Calif., manufactures innovative Home Electronics and Information Technology solutions that enable convergence through connectivity. Founded in 1999, the company develops products that help integrate technologies, share resources, decrease clutter and energy consumption, and reduce electronic waste. IOGEAR distributes throughout North and South America, Europe and Asia.

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