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Wireless Access to Internet Broadcasting with Kima

Wireless Access to Internet Broadcasting with Kima will introduce Kima, wireless technology that allows users to access Internet broadcasting away from their PCs, during the third quarter of 2000.
Comprised of a base and receiving unit, Kima wirelessly retransmits audio from a PC to any home stereo or portable radio system within 1,000 feet. Kima even rebroadcasts digital audio delivered via satellite and cable television sources, and is compatible with RealPlayer, RealJukebox, Microsoft Windows Media Player and MP3.
This product is a part of Internet entertainment network that combines a detailed search engine of audio/video content with proprietary technology to simplify and automate Internet broadcasting for end-users.
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