Sewell's Hammerhead is small enough to be an in-line adapter while supporting a wide variety of resolutions up to 1920x1200 (beyond 1080p).
Orem, UT (PRWEB) January 25, 2012
With the ever increasing amount of video content available online and the shift to digital movie collections, many are looking for ways to view content from their PC to their HDTV. The problem with most PC to TV solutions is the quality loss from conversion and finding somewhere to put bulky converters. On January 18th, Sewell released the new Hammerhead to solve these two problems, along with a teaser video to drum up curiosity. Sewell then followed up with another video that focuses on the product itself.
Many users have sacrificed quality for reasonably sized solutions while others have used bulky expensive units with less quality loss to solve this problem. Sewell’s new Hammerhead is small enough to be an in-line adapter while supporting a wide variety of resolutions up to 1920x1200 (beyond 1080p).
The Sewell Hammerhead is the first and only in-line converter that supports 1080p resolution and audio with no transmission loss while its small size makes it ideal for reducing home theater clutter, travel, and saving space. Installation requires no drivers and takes only seconds. The user simply plugs the included VGA and 3.5mm audio cable from the PC to the Hammerhead, then runs an HDMI cable from the Hammerhead to the HDTV. It does not require any additional power for standard definition resolution but comes with a USB power cable for high definition video so the User can use the computer’s USB port to power the converter. Users can then enjoy all the content from their computer on their HD-ready TV in high definition.
Preston Wily, Chief Operating Officer of Sewell Direct, expressed enthusiasm over the features: “The amazing thing about the Hammerhead is that it is powerful enough to convert VGA to 1080p HDMI yet smaller than any similar product available, making it the best solution for anyone that wants to view content from their PC on their TV.”
Further information about Sewell’s new Hammerhead VGA to HDMI adapter can be found here.