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Post by Dallas
Quincy with Texas Netware Specialists, LLC
(throwing!) pictures from your PC to a TV might seem simple, but if you want to move those images from small screen to
the big TV in your den, you’ve got a battle on your hands.
either need cabling, a speedy network... or Intel’s latest Wireless Display technology to simplify the whole thing. However,
certain configurations of Toshiba's Satellite A660 come with Wireless Display included. See what Wireless Display is
for, and why it’s so good.
What is Wireless Display?
Display or WiDi does exactly what you’d expect from the name: letting you use your TV as a display
for your computer, wirelessly. It’s a cool
idea, and opens up tons of new uses for your computer and TV.
a start, Wireless Display lets you share what’s on your laptop screen with your television, simply by using your existing
home network and an adapter for the TV.
That could mean you enjoy holiday photos on the sofa,
instead of hunched around a computer in the study.
What can I use
Display lets you sling pictures from any PC in the house to a TV. That could mean you’re watching catch up TV on the
big screen, screening a downloaded movie for the family, gawping at photos or showing off a presentation at work without using
your laptop’s small screen.
for this technology are endless. You could use it to show online TV shows on the big screen, bringing live coverage of events
all around the world to your living room, or you could perch your laptop nearby and use Skype to host a video conference with
your entire family.
What do I need?
All you need is a PC packing Wireless
Display technology, such as the Toshiba Satellite A660 (certain models), and an adapter to plug into your TV. Plug it in,
feed it your home network details and it’ll spring into life. From there you simply need to load the Intel Wireless
Display application on the laptop, and see your display leap into life on the big screen.
Other laptops pack Wireless Display technology too, and alongside the necessary
hardware you’ll need to make sure you’re running the 64-bit version of Windows 7 and an Intel iCore processor.
That’s no problem for the Satellite A660, which comes running Windows 7, and packs a beefy Intel Core i7 processor too....enjoy...