If your laptop isn't equipped with an HDMI port, the Warpia Wireless system is worth checking out if you're trying to get audio and video from a laptop to your HDTV.
Warpia introduces a new wireless display product called ConnectHD, which works based on a wireless USB standard.
The Asus WiCast system solves many of the problems of Intel's Wireless Display, while injecting a few of its own.
Veebeam offers an alternative to Intel's Wireless Display technology with a product that aims to deliver 1080p-compatible PC-to-TV video streaming via wireless USB.
Despite some picture quality, lag, and compatibility issues, Veebeam HD puts laptop-based streaming video onto TV screens more conveniently than ever.
As an alternative to Intel's built-in Wireless Display, the Asus WiCast is both easy to use and works on nearly any laptop--but it's also cumbersome and includes some DRM limitations.