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Tech Industry: Intel Wireless Display

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Tech Industry: Intel Wireless Display

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Dan Ackerman gives us a first look at Intel's newest wireless laptop display technology at CES 2010 in Las Vegas

[ music ] ^M00:00:04 >> I'm Dan Ackerman, and we are here at CES 2010. And right now we're gonna take a look at Intel's wireless display technology. That's actually one of the things I'm most excited about, because I'm one of those guys who's always lugging his laptop over to the TV and, you know, plugging it in with an HDMI cable to watch online videos. So now you can take a laptop, now it's gotta be a special laptop with one of Intel's 2010 core CPU's and certified for wireless display. I think Toshiba, Sony, and Dell are probably gonna be the first guys out with these. This one is the Toshiba E205. And then you need this little adapter box. Now Nefter [phonetic] makes this one, they call it the Push 2 TV. You take a little adapter box; plug it into your TV via either HDMI or RCA Jack. Though really, HDMI is better. And then just like your laptop can see a wireless router, it can now see this adapter box, and therefore see your TV, and just send whatever's on your screen right over to your display almost like it's wireless HDMI. We've actually got it connected right now. It is seeing the display. But because there's so much network action going on here at CES I can't quite get the signal to push through. But you can see we're connecting right now. And in a perfect world I'd be sitting back in my living room with my big 50 inch plasma in front of me watching whatever videos I had downloaded from iTunes or whatever's on Holu [phonetic] right then. So I'm Dan Ackerman at CES 2010. And that's is Intel's wireless display technology. ^E00:01:22

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