Intel Showcases Wireless Display at DCC

By on May 20, 2010
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Throw 1080p Full HD display wirelessly to any device from your Intel based Notebook

Intel was present at the DCC event yesterday showing their latest range of CPUs in notebooks and netbooks, however, of most interest was their Wireless display that allows you to clone your notebook’s display to an HDMI device.

This would be ideal for something like a home theater that does not have a PC attached to it. You can bring your notebook within 3 meters of a wireless router connected to your display through HDMI and stream 1080p content on to it. We got a demonstration from Shika at Intel and the following video shows that.

As you can see the technology works seamlessly with the press of a button. Although it only works with one router at the moment, I’m sure that we will see plenty of routers supporting this feature in the future making it mainstream.


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