Fujitsu launches world’s first cordless screen…

The screen uses a combination of Wireless USB and induction technology for picture and power the new cordless screen.

The technology was developed by the German Fraunhofer Institute and called SUPA, Smart Universal Power Antenna. The new 22-inch uses magnetic induction to power supply, so it is required that the table surface is prepared for the technology. Induction is also used in HP’s WebOS devices and many electric toothbrushes.

The picture is sent to the monitor by wireless USB and can be transmissed to a distances of up to ten meters.

Fujitsu is aiming to start production for next year and shows the screen on Cebit exhibition in Hanover, Germany. The company has not revealed what the new SUPA-screen will cost once it shows up in the stores.