Rapoo TV for iOS and Android Devices Launches at CES 2013

See all of Rapoo's latest gear at CES 2013 - South Hall 2, Booth 25925 at the Las Vegas Convention Center January 8-11th

LAS VEGAS - Jan. 10, 2013 - Rapoo, a leading manufacturer of wireless peripheral products, announces Rapoo TV - a receiver and remote solution to make any HDTV "smart". Rapoo TV connects any WiFi enabled iOS or Android device to an HDTV allowing users to search the internet, download apps and view web or smartphone content.


Rapoo TV can mirror the content from the connected iOS or Android devices onto the HDTV and convert the device into the TV's remote control. Additionally, users can connect a wireless mouse and keyboard to Rapoo TV to easily search the web and use the HDTV as a large desktop.

Rapoo TV will be available in black or white in Q1 2013.

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About Rapoo:

Established in 2002, Rapoo is dedicated to offering excellent, cutting-edge, wireless peripheral products to users around the world. Our range of wireless mice, keyboards and headsets is tailored to meet the needs of PC users. We also offer Bluetooth headsets and keyboards for intelligent terminals, such as mobile phones and tablet PCs, and multimedia keyboards and multi-link (dandelion technology) product suites for home theaters. We are constantly striving to bring more and more people around the world unique wireless enjoyment and in doing so create a brand-new wireless lifestyle. www.rapoo.com

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