[CES 2010] Netgear is presenting the second generation of Push2TV HD TV adapter that uses WiDi (Wireless Display) to push a computer’s screen content to an HDTV that is connected to the Push2TV box via an HDMI cable. The second generation of Push2TV supports 1080p at 30 fps (versus 720p previously) with a shorter lag time than before (there’s a very small delay between the computer and the TV due to the wireless transmission). Finally, Psuh2TV now works with discrete graphics processors as well – this is a must for those who want to use it for gaming. NetGear Push2TV will cost about $119.99 and will be available in “Q1″ (before march) of 2011.
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