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Intel gives us demo of WiDi HD wireless display tech

Coming out in March for Core i3 and i5 laptops

| Networking News | Posted: Jan 11, 2010 11:00 am

CES 2010 - During our visit to the Intel booth, clearly one of most popular demonstrations was of Intel's newly announced WiDi HD wireless display technology.

 

So, what the heck is WiDi? This new technology is designed for the newly released Core i3 and i5 laptop platforms along with Intel HD graphics and using wireless and a small box from Netgear and other network companies; you are able to wirelessly transmit your laptop image to a television connection with one of the WiDi boxes.

 

Garry from Intel was kind enough to give us a rundown of the technology in the video we recorded below.

 

 

Goodbye cables, again!

 

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