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Wireless VGA that doesn't suck
Benjamin J. Higginbotham
This WiFi solution allows one to stream their computer display, including videos, to a remote TV or monitor. There are two recievers, one has component and composite outputs and the other has VGA and DVI. There's a wee bit of a lag so it's out when it comes to gaming, but for watching movies on your new HDTV, this is a great solution. More info at http://www.addlogix.com/



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1. Posted by: QwalityGuy on January 28, 2008 12:41 PM:

Good product. I’ve been using it myself for some time and am really happy to see others catching on.




2. Posted by: Dave Whiteboard on April 6, 2008 10:52 AM:

I have found a better quality Wireless VGA receiver called WID110 from Teq AV/IT. Gives better picture, WXGA resolution and full 32-color depth with compatibility to Mac and Vista. Check it out at http://www.teqavit.com/WID110.html

Dave




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