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Old 14-09-2011
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Discussion for M11xR3/M14x/M17xR3/M18x & Intel WiDi
  

Hello friends I have found there have been so many confusions regarding this M11xR3/M14x/M17xR3/M18x & Intel WiDi and it has been very difficult to know how they have been actually responding and what are the major difference between them anyone having any idea bout it then please share it with me I need a help regarding this.

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Re: Discussion for M11xR3/M14x/M17xR3/M18x & Intel WiDi

Ok so you want to know about them. I would be starting with the Widi intel actually it is a solution for the transfer of the data from the laptop to the TV. With this technology you can use the igp with any of the intel processor such as i3, i5, i7, cpu to get the displaying things on the TV. And when you want to actually transfer or receive the data from the laptop, and for this you would need the wirelesss card. And the suggestion for the wireless card would be Wireless-N 1000, Intel Advanced 6200/6230, Intel Ultimate-N 6300. And finally you need to receive it by the TV. And then netgear is the only manufacturer I know. Over here you would be having two different types of tv and they would be.
1: Push2TV which can receive and output up to 720p.
2. Push2TV HD which can receive and output up to 1080p.
I hope this would be giving you some idea.
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Re: Discussion for M11xR3/M14x/M17xR3/M18x & Intel WiDi

I donít have a good experience about this intel widi. Ok I would be liking to talk about it and I have been facing so many problem like whenever the adapter is been connected even then the widi software shows unable to send the desktop to remote device. And when the normal things donít work it is really very tough to find any other way which would be letting it work around. I have tried all the basic stuffs like reinstalling and all. So I would be saying that there was not a good experience with this for me.
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Re: Discussion for M11xR3/M14x/M17xR3/M18x & Intel WiDi

You can get the complete information about each one of them by goggling about their name and if you have been talking about the personal experience then I would be saying that I have had really nice experience with the M11xR3 and its family but not at all good with the intel widi and the netgear so cant talk much about it.
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Re: Discussion for M11xR3/M14x/M17xR3/M18x & Intel WiDi

I was hoping something really interesting and so i am not satisfied till now and still hoping for something to be nice with me. i am still hoping that someone would be coming up with something really interesting. I haven't still got very much idea. And i have been still searching for this on number of sites but i am not helped out with a simple suggestions still looking out for it. And for the comments already been said i would be saying thanks for it.
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