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Note book to T.V ??

I would like to put my LG Notebook on to my television screen with wireless can you suggest what or how I can do this and how much do you think it would cost??In Australian dollars.

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Wireless = BIG NUMBERS.

In reply to: Note book to T.V ??

The current solutions are more than what you pay for most notebooks. Are you sure it must be wireless?

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Notebook is

In reply to: Wireless = BIG NUMBERS.

My note book is wireless,,what I would like to do is sit at my kitchen table and and have my computer on the tv wirelessy,,not sure what I need to do this,,ie, something that plugs into the tv that picks up my wireless modem ect, ect ????

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There is a reason you don't find this

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The data rate is far beyond your usual WIFI connection. Even USB fails to hit the right speed and it's quite fast.

But if you insist, here it is ->

And look at the specs. They are not good. To achieve HD you talk about much more money such as you find out there at thousands of bucks but the reality is still as written by Cnet at

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