Looking for an intuitive and easy solution to view your notebook screen on HDTV wirelessly? The leading provider of networking, storage and security products, NETGEAR, Inc. has announced the upcoming availability of its new NETGEAR Push2TV (PTV1000), the compact TV adapter which lets users display their entire laptop screens on big screen HDTV wirelessly, turning your living room HDTV into a huge, remote monitor without cable clutter, compatible with select notebook computers featuring Intel Wireless Display and all new 2010 Intel Core CPU.

“Consumers have been frustrated by the existing solutions so we focused on ease of use during the design and collaboration process with NETGEAR,” said Erik Reid, director mobile marketing of Intel. “The result is that Intel Wireless Display, available on select laptops featuring Intel’s all new 2010 Core family processors, and the NETGEAR Push2TV adapter have taken the hassle out of sharing content, so consumers can sit back, relax and enjoy the content on their large screen TVs.”

NETGEAR Push2TV offers consumers an ability to:

  • Experience their videos and pictures in HD on a big screen HDTV – no more crowding around a small laptop screen
  • Sit back, relax, and experience music, pictures or videos from their computer, home network or Internet
  • Surf the web from the comfort of their couches, accessing TV shows and movies online, as well as go anywhere a browser will take them
  • Quickly and securely connect a laptop computer to a big TV without the need for cables

“We are delighted to partner with Intel to be the first to bring Intel Wireless Display to the living room, providing customers with what is truly the easiest way to extend the PC viewing experience to the TV — wirelessly, seamlessly and over a protected link,” commented Vivek Pathela, vice president and general manager of NETGEAR home and consumer products. “The combination of our Push2TV with a new-generation PC with Intel Wireless Display means consumers no longer have to crowd around their PCs to experience the infinite stream of Internet content with their friends and family.”

According to the company, NETGEAR Push2TV combined with Intel Wireless Display can quickly beams the laptop PC screen to the HDTV over a protected link, thanks to its easy, intuitive setup and Wi-Fi technology.

“Our customers are increasingly dependent on their laptops, and they tell us they’re looking for easy ways to migrate the content of their computers to their TVs more freely,” said Jason Bonfig, vice president for computing at Best Buy. “NETGEAR Push2TV is unique in how it seamlessly scales the viewing and browsing experience of the notebook PC to the TV along with an easy, intuitive way to connect and operate.”

NETGEAR Push2TV that backed by a 1-year warranty and 24/7 technical support is expected to hit Best Buy stores for about $100 starting January 17.