The Danish startup company Airtame has just announced its second generation Airtame 2 HDMI wireless solution for the corporate and education markets.
Airtame originally launched through a crowdfunding campaign back in 2014 and today the company has offices in San Francisco and Copenhagen.
According to the company, the new Airtame 2 wireless HDMI system delivers more than just a cable-free connectivity solution by supporting digital signage and app integrations.
“Airetame 2 takes a huge step forward in design and functionality,” states Brian Kyed, CPO and co-founder, Airtame.
“Where the main objective of our first product was to get rid of cables, Airtame 2 will empower people in professional settings to use screens and projectors to their full potential—and unlock better collaboration. After years of product development and user feedback, we’re proud to deliver Airtame 2, which is not only extremely easy to use, but will also improve any forward thinking work space.”
Airtame 2 Comparison and Features
Explaining some of the differences between its original Airtame product and the new Airtame 2 solution, the company says the new product incorporates four times the amount of RAM than the original product to expedite firmware and software updates.
The new Airtame 2 incorporates four times the amount of RAM than the original product to expedite firmware and software updates.
The new Airtame 2 also incorporates the latest Wi-Fi chips on the market, which Airtame says are five times faster than the previous version chips to help with connectivity speeds and reliability.
Some of the Airtame 2’s other features include Kensington Lock input options that protect the product in public environments such as classrooms and waiting rooms, and LED indicators that communicate whether the product is updating, in standby mode or in use.
Airtame adds the new Airtame 2 wireless HDMI solution provides flexible setup options that includes magnetic wall-mounting bracket that eliminates the need to drill into walls.
The Airtame 2 sells at a retail price of $399 per device.