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FlatWire "Invisible" HDMI Preview

Flat HDMI = Coolness

Flat HDMI = Coolness


  • Product Name: "Invisible" HDMI
  • Manufacturer: FlatWire
  • Review Date: January 08, 2009 21:30
  • First Impression: Gotta Have It!

flatHDMIFlatWire, known for their "Invisible Wire Solutions", announced it will begin taking pre-orders for the world’s only “flat” variable length termination high-definition multimedia interface (HDMI) emulation cable. Consumers looking for a better way to enhance home design by hiding wires around the house and professional installers searching for technological advances to increase installation efficiency now have the opportunity to do so with HDMI cables.

FlatWire is “invisible” wiring that “disappears” into a wall’s surface using standard drywall finishing methods. The do-it-yourself easy products attach to any wall surface via adhesives, connecting lights, televisions and speakers to its source without sacrificing budget or design. FlatWire even has a product that extends 120VAC wiring (the Concealable Nonmetallic Extension (“CNE”) wiring system).

Consumers can pre-order HDMI FlatWire online at www.flatwireready.com beginning today. Professional installers should contact Liberty Wire & Cable www.libertycable.com for ordering information. Deliveries are set to be scheduled for the third quarter of 2009. Initially, FlatWire will be able to accommodate orders for HDMI FlatWire up to 20 feet in length, with additional lengths to be offered at a future date. HDMI FlatWire is compatible with all HDMI applications. This new product offering is the next step in the expansion of FlatWire’s product line and is especially complementary of FlatWire’s surround sound kit.

For more information, visit www.flatwireready.com.


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