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Analogix shows off first 4K mobile solution at Qualcomm's Uplinq 2013

Analogix demos new SlimPort Ultra-HD, the industry's first 4K mobile solution, at Qualcomm's Uplinq 2013 conference (NASDAQ:QCOM)

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Sep 3, 2013 7:09 pm

Today, Analogix demoed the industry's first SlimPort Ultra High-Definition solution for the mobile devices market. The new SlimPort Ultra HD transmitters enable smartphones and tablets to connect with TVs, projectors, and computer monitors to display movies, presentations, and any other content desired up to a 4K Ultra HD resolution.

 

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The unveiling of the new ANX781X family of SlimPort transmitters took place a QUALCOMM's Uplinq 2013 conference that is being held in San Diego, California. Analogix says that like other transmitters in its SlimPort line, the ANX781X is a low-power device that is designed to work in conjunction with SlimPort receivers and support a vertical resolution of up to 3840 pixels.

 

"We are delighted to work with Qualcomm to be the first to enable Ultra-HD capability for tablets and smartphones," said Andre Bouwer, vice president of marketing for Analogix. "Our new ANX781X family raises the capability of mobile device displays to the level of high-end personal computers or game stations. They're perfect for watching sports events, which are now being captured and broadcast in Ultra-HD resolution."

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