You might like to spend $475 on a device like http://www.vpi.us/hdmi-scaler.html
But it isn't wireless.
http://sewelldirect.com/VGA-to-HDTV-Converter.asp is much cheaper, but not wireless either.
A device like http://www.smarthome.com/7743B.html is cheaper and wireless, but it isn't HD, so the picture wouldn't look as good as you want and probably be unacceptable for you.
I'm afraid wireless HD isn't available at the moment.
1. I wouldn't buy anything before I had seen the picture quality myself. That means visiting a shop and looking at a demo, not buying via Internet.
2. A week ago I turned up to other devices and a link to an interesting discussion for another member. So please also see http://forums.cnet.com/5208-7587_102-0.html?forumID=69&threadID=302106&messageID=2817226#2817226
3. You might like to read through our recent community newsletter discussion about "Using PC as part of a home entertainment center": http://forums.cnet.com/5208-10149_102-0.html?forumID=7&threadID=301619&messageID=2814353. It might contain useful hints for you.
I have a XP Gateway laptop and plan to use its wireless connection to connect to my Vista home desktop network to watch movies, pictures and listen to music, on my samsung plasma PN42A45P1Dx2A television.
I understand that a DVI port would be the best, but the laptop doesn't have it, only a D-Sub port. I have read via internet that the D-Sub ports, do not provide a very good picture.
So, my question are
1)Do I need to purchase another piece of equiment to stream video to the television? OR
2) If avaliable, purchase a D-SUB to HDMI cable?
Thanks so much