PC HDMI wirelessly to TV HDMI

jhwjhw, Mar 3, 7:02am
Hi there.
I was wondering if there was some way I could use the laptops HDMI to wirelessly send signals to the TV HDMI socket, without a physical cable connection.
What are the parts called?
Whats the performance like.

Id like to watch movies beamed from the Laptop to the TV and some Youtube clips, sort of thing.

Thanks John.

r.g.nixon, Mar 3, 7:14am
Plug something into your TV's HDMI input that can accept a wifi stream. Apple TV is one such device. There are others.

spyware, Mar 3, 7:26am
Most TVs with HDMI have inbuilt DLNA clients, so all you do is run a DLNA server, e.g., twonky, plex, and stream (compressed H.264 via mkv, m4v, mp4) away.

Apple TV, trailers.apple.com dns requests (from Trailers app), can be redirected to a plex server plus you get Youtube, Netflix and HuluPlus.

spyware, Mar 3, 7:31am
P.S. Build yourself a Linux box with many terabytes to serve the movies.

lostdude, Mar 3, 7:45am
Miracast. Just like Chromecast except router not necessary and incompatible on Windows 7 and older. A few devices currently on the market but here's a review of 3 of them:

http://youtu.be/d6DdrHOFaOI Absent from the review is Microsofts own Wireless Display Adapter: http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/en-us/p/wireless-display-a

frank80, Mar 10, 11:25pm
You can download direct to computer then transfer to large capacity flash drive or portable drive via (USB port) then remove and plug direct into USB port on TV (most modern TV's have port and programming capabilities).

brycer, May 31, 4:22am
Apple TV if you want a quick easy solution. Price just dropped today by $30US so maybe leave till that filters thru to NZ tomorrow

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