Intel’s Wireless Display Technology Comes To Samsung TVs

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Samsung TVs will now integrate Intel’s Wireless Display technology making it easier to use the same receiver to display content on both your PC and TV. Wireless Display is already integrated into LG, Toshiba and TCL. Intel expects this to double by the end of 2013 after forging a partnership with Samsung. The latest Intel Core processors include Wireless Display media streaming chips and this will soon be extended to mobile device.
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“Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 8.1 operating system will augment the media streaming technology with new features,” says Kirk Skaugen, senior vice president and general manager of Intel’s PC Client Group


Samsung TVs and mobile devices already have the ability to share video wirelessly through a technology based on DLNA. The technology known as Samsung Link requires the device to be connected to a Wi-Fi network.

via PCWorld



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