WiDi

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WiDi

(WIreless DIsplay) A wireless laptop-to-TV technology built into various Intel Core CPUs in laptops. WiDi enables everything on the laptop screen to be viewed simultaneously on a TV set. Introduced in 2010, a WiDi TV adapter is required that connects to the TV set and receives signals from the laptop. WiDi supports Intel's streaming copy prevention system (see Intel Insider). See PC-to-TV.
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An HDMI output makes it easy to connect to an HDTV, but you can also go wireless with Intel's wireless display technology (WiDi), which lets you stream HD content wirelessly through a WiDi adapter, like the Netgear Push2TV.
The notebook also comes with Intel Wireless Display which enables users to connect their notebooks to TVs or monitors in a hasslefree wireless way simply by connecting a WIDI adapter. Additionally, the powerful graphics performance of the new-generation NVIDIA GeForce graphics card provide excellent graphic performance, making the notebook ideal for casual gaming, watching high definition movies and picture editing.