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Intel Wireless Display 2.1 and the Netgear Push2TV HD

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Intel Wireless Display 2.1

Intel just released the latest version (2.1) of their WiDi (Wireless Display) software. To really benefit from this software you need an Intel 6 Series chipset. You’ll also need the newer Netgear Push2TV HD or similar device, none of which have released yet. The upside though is that if you have the right hardware, it is now possible to display up to 1080p wirelessly to your tv. You’ll also be able to display Blu-ray content wirelessly due to the new HDCP support. I’ll be ordering one of the new boxes Push2TV boxes, and my new HP Envy laptop comes with the latest hardware to support this technology. I’ll put up a review when I get a chance to try it out.

 

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0 #3 Hunter 2011-08-12 00:51
If you don't want to deal with software or don't have the supporting hardware, you can try a WHDI based device. The computer and TV don't know it's not an HDMI cable. Here's my review of the HP device:
www.the-generalist.com/component/content/article/42-hardwarereviews/132-review-of-the-hp-wireless-tv-connect-hdmi-adapter.html
I'm also working on a review of a newer WHDI device that's slightly larger than a thumbdrive.

Quoting jean w dallegrand:
i need to intall wireless display on my computer to enjoy video website and more :sad:
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0 #2 jean w dallegrand 2011-08-11 22:32
Quoting jean w dallegrand:
i need to intall wireless display on my computer to enjoy video website and more :sad:

i need to intall wireless display on my computer like everybody says its really fun 8)
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0 #1 jean w dallegrand 2011-08-11 22:29
i need to intall wireless display on my computer to enjoy video website and more :sad:
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