D-Link MainStage TV Adapter allows wireless streaming

D-Link MainStage TV Adapter allows wireless streaming

The company D-Link launches its MainStage adapter for Intel Wireless Display which allows WiDi 2.0-enabled laptops to stream Full HD video and 5.1 surround sound to your HTDV from up to 33 feet away from it.

You must simply plug this device (DHD-131) into the TV using an HDMI or A/V cable and it will let you wirelessly project movies and TV shows from Netflix and Hulu, or surf the web and view home movies from a home network or laptop to the biggest screen in the home. The MainStage adapter supports two screens at once, which means that you can drag a movie onto the Windows extended screen to watch on your TV, and continue using your laptop to chat, email, and work on a document. It  works with Intel Core processor-based notebook and is equipped with HDMI, Analog audio (RCA L/R) and S/PDIF digital auto outputs.

MainStage (DHD-131) is now available for an MSRP of $129.99 in the U.S., and will be available in Canada in July for $129.99.

Related posts

MSI adds 15.6-inch GX680 gaming laptop to its portfolio

The newest addition to MSI's G Series of gaming laptops is called GX680 which is armed with Intel's second generation Core i7 quad core processor, nVidia GeForce GT 555M discrete graphics card and offering smart wrap around sound experience courtesy of Dynaudio, THX TruStudio Pro. The GX680's...

Intel debuts SSD Pro 1500 series

The rumored Intel SSD Pro 1500 solid-state drive line has finally seen the light of day with US chip giant Intel officially unveiling the devices in the United States. The SSD Pro 1500 line officially includes models with capacities of 80 GB, 120 GB, 180 GB, 240 GB, 360 GB...

Sony releases Bravia W85 TV set

Sony releases Bravia W85 TV set

Sony has started the sales of its high-end Bravia W85 TV set. The new company product boasts a very thin chassis and comes with various other technologies such as NFC, Wi-Fi, four HDMI ports, three USB ports and a S-Force Front Surround sound system. As expected before the Bravia W85 comes...

Leave a comment