Some people will spend hundreds of dollars on premium HDTV cables. So maybe they're the ones who will spend $1,000 or more to get rid of cables, which can ruin the look of their sleek, flat-screen TVs.
The Belkin FlyWire was one of a number of systems shown at January's electronics show in Las Vegas. In fact, they've been seen there for at least four or five years. Belkin is the first I've seen to commit to shipping in time for the upcoming holiday season.
None of the systems will come cheap. Belkin is taking preorders at $1,000. But owners of big TVs might pay, especially if they've got several sets around the house that can share the wireless video and sound. Of course, other TVs will require added receivers at a price to be named later.
Or, if that's too rich and you just want to untangle one of your television's cables, Belkin next year will sell a one-room version for $700.