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.

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