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
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.
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
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
Just looking to watch streaming video on TV
Originally Posted by enutz
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.bits