Intel WiDi HD Wireless Display Technology

At CES last week Intel announced that future Intel Core i5 and i3 laptops will be capable of streaming your desktop to any HDTV wirelessly using Intel's built-in technology WiDi technology. The television requires a small adapter that will either come bundle with the laptop or sold separately. Toshiba new Satellite E205 laptop with be the first to have WiDi and Netgear is currently the only company with an actual retail receiver but according to AnandTech the demo they saw at CES was easy to use and worked surprising well.

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