I saw Glenn Fleiscman's article today. I would have to agree. What is the hurry? A consumer would have to be streaming high quality video (not sure YouTube qualifies) today to need this kind of bandwidth. To get full bandwidth advertised, you'd have to have the same chips on the "other" side. We do have a handful of consumers streaming video from a PC to a TV … if it's not on both sides (i.e., TV), what is the point? Also curious that it looks to be embedded.
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