Best Buy Blue Label 2.0 laptops debut at the CES 2010. Best Buy partnered with Toshiba, Dell, and Sony to bring the Blue Label 2.0 laptops exclusive onto the Best Buy store shelves. Best Buy Blue Label 2.0 laptops feature first-ever wireless HDMI streaming to TVs.
The Blue Label 2.0 laptops also bolster a two-year extended manufacturer’s limited warranty, 30 days of Geek Squad support and 12 months of Anti-Virus protection.
Included in the package is the NETGEAR Push2TV adapter that connects to the HDMI port on the television.
Exclusive to Best Buy, the Toshiba 14” notebook, the Dell 15.6” and the Sony 13” will be available for purchase at all Best Buy stores in the U.S. and Canada, and on BestBuy.com on January 17. Prices start at $899.99.
Wireless HDMI inside a laptop is pretty neat. You can just hang on your sofa and throw up a video on or web page on your TV.
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