Netgear had previously unveiled its Push2TV technology via its PVT1000 device. The technology allows notebooks to wirelessly stream HD videos to a TV that’s connected to the box and works with notebooks that feature an Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 processor, Intel Graphics Media Accelerator and Intel WiFi Link networking adapter. Now another device, dubbed the PVT2000, has paid a visit to the FCC, though no specific details on the device were mentioned. The Push2TV technology hasn’t made a big impact yet, but considering that it’s quite a useful technology, perhaps we’ll see adoption rates increase in the near future.

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