This is the Netgear Push2TV adaptor that comes bundled with the first wave of Intel WiDi laptops. It connects to your TV via HDMI or composite cables.
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Turning on the set and selecting the appropriate input, the screen displayed a message that read, "Ready for connection. To get started, launch Intel Wireless Display on your computer."
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The WiDi app on our Toshiba E205 laptop, showing a connection to the Netgear box connected to our TV.
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There are just a handful of basic properties you can adjust.
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The screen size adjustment makes the entire image larger or smaller, so if your desktop doesn't have the same exact aspect ratio as your laptop, it won't line up perfectly.
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The same window, mirrored on the LCD TV.
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Here's a clip from a 720p movie trailer, streaming from the laptop to the TV.
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The Toshiba E205 and our LCD TV, displaying the same desktop image.
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