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NETGEAR launches second generation Push2TV adapter with full-HD support
Posted on 10-Aug-2011 11:05. | Tags Filed under: News.

With the growing popularity of sharing videos, photos and music online, consumers are looking for easier ways to view and share content at home. To meet this need, NETGEAR has launched the second generation Push2TV HD TV Adapter (PTV2000).

Compatible with laptops featuring both current and next generation Intel Wireless Display (WiDi) technology, the device enables users to wirelessly stream digital files and online content stored on their laptop on their living room TV or around the home in full 1080p HD.

With an intuitive setup and using standard Wi-Fi technology, the NETGEAR Push2TV HD TV Adapter enables users to stream content from their laptop to TV with a click of a button and without the need for cables or wires. As Intel continues to increase the number of computing devices that support second generation Intel WiDi technology, more people than ever can now use the Push2TV Adapter to enjoy their favourite websites or share their own movies and photos with friends on their HD TV.

“With the increase of consumers using the Internet to download high-quality entertainment content, the ability to watch HD movies and television shows on your TV enriches the viewing experience,” said Brad Little, director of consumer channels, NETGEAR ANZ. “With the development of the second generation Push2TV Adapter, NETGEAR continues to build its relationship with Intel while providing consumers with a quick and simple way to browse the Internet and stream their favourite online videos, music and photos to their TVs in full HD,” he said.

The NETGEAR Push2TV HD TV Adapter with the next generation of Intel WiDi software allows 30fps video and dual-band wireless connectivity, ensuring clear picture quality by minimising wireless interference.

The NETGEAR Push2TV Adapter (PTV2000) is available from all major retailers for NZ$199.00.

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