The placement of my HDTV in the family room was never designed to let me hook up alaptop to it. It’s as if my HDTV and my Internet fed laptop were in parallel digital universes. Sure, I could sit on the couch with my laptop and run a long HDMI cable across the room, but a cord laying across the floor is fraught with danger. Then came the “Big Bang” at CES 2010 with the announcement of Intel® Wireless Display. I so get this product. With Intel® Wireless Display and a laptop powered by select all new 2010 Intel® Core™ processors and an Intel® Centrino® Wi-Fi adapter, I just sit back and experience my favorite videos, photos, music or any content projected onto my HDTV. No wires, no additional remote control, it’s all done via Wi-Fi. I don’t even need to mess with my Wi-Fi access point thanks to Intel® My WiFi Technology, which creates a Wi-Fi Personal Area Network (PAN). Finally, the Internet hits the big screen without wires! Check out the review of Intel® Wireless Display at AnandTech “[The Best Thing at CES - Intel's Wireless HD Technology](http://www.anandtech.com/cpuchipsets/showdoc.aspx?i=3715).” On Jan. 17 laptops by Dell, Sony and Toshiba and a TV adapter by NETGEAR – featuring Intel® Wireless Display – will be available at Best Buy* in the United States and Canada as part of its Blue Label 2.0 program.
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