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NETGEAR unveils new TV Adapter, EVA9100 Digital Entertainment Express and Two Wireless Routers


NETGEAR has recently announced the Push2TV (PTV1000), EVA9100 Digital Entertainer Express and two full-featured routers that can connect to 3G/4G/WiMAX cellular networks.

NETGEAR has announced the launch of NETGEAR Push2TV (PTV1000), a small device that enables consumers to display their entire laptop computer screens on their big screen HDTVs – wirelessly, effortlessly and intuitively.

Compatible with select laptops featuring Intel Wireless Display and powered by the all new 2010 Intel Core Processor Family, Push2TV (http://www.netgear.com/ptv)transforms the living room HDTV into a huge, remote monitor without the need for any unsightly cables stretching across the room. Slightly larger than a deck of cards, Push2TV enables users to wirelessly beam practically everything from their notebook computer to the big screen TV, including media stored on the laptop, content from the home network, and videos streamed from the most popular websites.

Users will be able to access the vast majority of the content on their computer or from the Internet and view it on their TV. The easy and intuitive interface enables a protected connection and hides all the networking complexity found in currently available solutions. With a sleek black minimalist design, a very intuitive setup and Wi-Fi technology, Push2TV quickly beams the laptop screen to the HDTV over a protected link.

Pricing and Availability
Backed by a one-year warranty and 24/7 technical support, the new NETGEAR Push2TV (PTV1000) will be available in the US later this month. Intel and NETGEAR are also working together to deliver this exciting new technology to additional geographies and distribution channels later in 2010.

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