Netgear Push2TV PTV1000 For Intel Wireless Display Unveiled

Posted: Jan 8 2010, 4:20am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:47pm CDT, in News | CES

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Intel Wireless Display is a new feature that you will find in some new 2010 laptops powered by the all new 2010 Intel Core Processor Family. Intel Wireless Display lets you use your TV as big screen for your notebook display with the push of a button.
To use this feature your TV needs to be connected to the Netgear Push2TV PTV1000. Push2TV transforms the living room HDTV into a huge, remote monitor without the need for any unsightly cables stretching across the room.
Slightly larger than a deck of cards, Push2TV enables you to wirelessly beam practically everything from their notebook computer to the big screen TV, including media stored on the laptop, content from the home network, and videos streamed from the most popular websites.

As reported earlier, Best Buy will sell new Intel Wireless Display laptops bundled with the Push2TV.

Backed by a one-year warranty and 24/7 technical support, the new NETGEAR Push2TV (PTV1000) will be available in the U.S. via Best Buy later this month. Push2TV will be bundled together with select laptop computers at promotional prices, or sold separately to end consumers at prices starting at $99.99.

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