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    I have a Samsung DLP and it has the proper hook-ups to use as a monitor, but seeing as my computer is in an other room is there any products that let you wiressly use your tv as a monitor?
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    Not sure if its out yet but the makers of SlingBox were supposed to produce a new product called SlingCatcher", that is suposed to be like a "reverse slingbox". Sling box systems are wireless
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    What do you want to do ? Do you want to see whats happening on the PC, or just use the DLP to watch movies from the PC ?

    If it is the latter than there are several media extender units that will stream video and audio wirelessly from your PC to a TV.
    Read my blog here.
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    Well Gunslinger ... throw us some links ... for us ... DOWN UNDER folks .... and for the UP OVER folks ... too ... if you want to
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    Is there such thing as a wireless computer monitor?

    Tuesday, 01 July, 2003

    I have 2 monitors running from the same computer, switching between the two. Is it possible to get a wireless connector for a monitor so that i can have them at opposite sides of a room without the need for long cables? (Room is only 4m wide)

    James Parker, Sydney, NSW

    No, there isn't a wireless monitor system (that I've heard of anyway).

    However, if you have TV-out on your video card, and the second monitor is really a TV set, there is something you can do.

    Link to web page >>> http://www.pcuser.com.au/pcuser/hs2.nsf/web/0D558610AD41EDA6CA256D5500114FCA
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    Sorry - been away from the PC for a few hours.

    I like both the MediaGate ( AU : http://www.airlinktek.com/english/prod_mg350.htm or US : http://www.mediagateusa.com/ )

    or the Zensonic ( http://www.zensonic.com/ )

    However most router builders now have something similar. These two just seem to be better equipped than most of the others as an all-round entertainment device
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    Just looking to watch streaming video on TV
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    Originally Posted by enutz
    Just looking to watch streaming video on TV
    Streaming video wirelessly depends a great deal on the bitrate of the video. If you intend to stream SD TV shows with moderate bitrates and you do not mind occasionally dropping some of the video then there are a number of network media players that will do that....Ziova CS510 and 505, TVIX 4000/4100 and others

    However if you are going to stream higher bitrates (> 6Mbits/s) then forget wireless, run a LAN cable and be happy. Streaming HD ts files smoothly and reliably is nearly impossible.
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