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The PTV3000 Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter from Netgear makes it simple to wirelessly connect your smartphone, tablet, or laptop directly to your TV. This is accomplished through the use of either WiDi or Miracast.
WiDi, or Intel Wireless Display, is a wireless display standard developed by Intel based on the existing Wi-Fi standard. It allows a portable device or computer to send up to 1080p HD video and 5.1 surround sound to a compatible display wirelessly. Miracast is an alternative to WiDi in which screencasting creates a real-time digital video screen capture of your computer's screen output. Instead of recording the video screen capture to the hard disk, it instead streams the video capture to a TV.
The small size of this device allows for easy placement and portability, making it simple to integrate into your current home theater setup. Power the PTV3000 directly from the USB port on the back of your TV.
Push2TV supports Intel WiDi and the Miracast Wireless Display standard, so you can wirelessly display more of your devices on TV, in up to 1080p HD. Push the button on the side of the device for 3 seconds to switch between the two modes.
With its small size you can carry the adapter around and place it nearly anywhere.
Push2TV can be powered using a USB port on your TV or with the included power adapter that plugs into any electrical outlet.
Mirror your laptop, smartphone or tablet on your TV and enjoy photos, videos, music and more.
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Netgear PTV3000 Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter
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Requires a laptop, smartphone, or tablet with Intel WiDi or Miracast wireless display
HDTV with available HDMI input
Windows 7 (Windows 8 with future firmware update)