NetGear Push2TV Adapter For Intel Wireless Display Is On Sale

Posted: Jan 21 2010, 9:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:56am CDT , in Shopping Tips


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The NetGear Push2TV device was unveiled at the CES 2010. With the NetGear Push2TV Adapter you can browse the Internet and view music, pictures and video from your laptop on your HDTV with this wireless adapter that features a compact and lightweight design for easy portability. You just need a new notebook powered by 2010 Intel Core processor technology like the Toshiba E205.

Because of its portability it is very versatile and lets you browse the Internet, listen to music and view pictures and video from your home network or online. The NetGear Push2TV adapter is compact and lightweight so it makes it easy to switch between TVs or take it with you when you travel.

It includes composite A/V and HDMI outputs for options to connect to your TV. The Push2TV Adapter has a height of 2.5”, a width of 6.6”, a depth of 8.8”, and a weight of only 1.1 pounds. It comes with a one year warranty on parts and labor.

The NetGear Push2TV Adapter is available at Best Buy for the sale price of $99.99.

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