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|22nd May 2010, 20:43||#1|
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Intel Wireless Display Review - No Wires? No Problem
Back in January, Intel made quite a splash by revealing Wireless Display, or better known by its awkward nickname Wi-Di. This new technology would allow Wi-Di enabled notebooks to broadcast their audio and video signal to a Wi-Di receiver connected to a High-Def display or AV receiver. Intel CEO Paul Otellini promised that Wi-Di was going to be a single button solution that works seamlessly as long as you have both a Wi-Di supported notebook and the Wi-Di adapter connected to a TV.
In an age of HTPC's, media players like the Western Digital WD TV and the wireless Asus O!Play, and easy interconnects like HDMI, some of you may already have the "last yard" bridged - bringing your broadband content to your TV. In this landscape, where does Intel Wi-Di fit in? Hopefully by the end of this review we will have this question answered.
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