IOGear’s new Share Pro wireless HDMI transmitter/receiver kit offers something rather interesting: 60GHz transmissions, connected using either a dongle form factor or a USB-C connector slot. IOGear began selling the Share Pro USB-C Wireless HD Video Transmitter/Receiver Kit (GWHDKIT11C) on Wednesday for $169.99, somewhat more than existing wireless HDMI kits already on the market. Typically, however, those wireless setups have either used bulky transmitter and receiver units, like IOGear’s 4K setupRemove non-product link, or plugged into (and required) at least one HDMI port, like the Nyrius Aries ProRemove non-product link.  IOGear’s new GWHDKIT11C setup does neither. The transmitter plugs into the USB-C (or Thunderbolt) port of a laptop, and uses 60GHz technology to transmit 1080p60 (1080p at 60Hz) to the nearby receiver (a maximum of 60 feet away). As most HDMI dongles do, the receiver requires an available USB connection to power it, while the USB-C port supplies its own power to the transmitter. Another plus: Though some transmitters require line of sight, the GWHDKIT11C does not. That’s fortunate, given that HDMI connectors are often found on the rear of the TV. According ...