Your Laptop Screen
on your HDTV, Wirelessly

Push2TV (PTV1000) – TV Adapter
for Intel® Wireless Display

Engadget — February 1, 2010

Toshiba Satellite E205 (with Intel Wireless Display) Review
By Joanna Stern

"Seriously, we're pretty sure any of our tech-challenged friends could figure this out without even opening the manual. It was as simple as plugging the Netgear Push2TV box ... into one of the HDMI ports on our 40-inch Toshiba HDTV... and then pressing the wireless display button on the laptop's touch control strip."

The Wall Street Journal — March 3, 2010

How to Watch Video, Wirelessly, on Your TV Set
By Walt Mossberg

"Intel's new Wi-Di system is so far only available on three specific laptop models ... It also requires a small $100 adapter called Push2TV from Netgear, which comes free with these laptops ... I just plugged the Netgear box into my TV and pushed a special Wi-Di button on the Toshiba. I typed in a code number the first time I used it, and I was in business."

NewTeeVee — February 17, 2010

Intel Wireless Display: A Sight for Sore Eyes
By Liane Cassavoy

Writing on the NETGEAR Push2TV (PTV1000), Cassavoy opined "... overall, it provided one of the best ways I've found for viewing PC-based content on your TV."

Tom's Hardware — April 21, 2010

Intel Wireless Display: From Your Notebook To The Big Screen
By Chris Angelini

The Intel Wireless Display and NETGEAR Push2TV "is an easy-to-use mainstream capability that you get as a 'free' value-add when you buy one of the three notebooks selling at Best Buy."

Seattle Times — February 8, 2010

Olympic Games Live Online Will Be a Premium Event
By Brier Dudley

Looking to connect the TV to the Web in preparation for the Olympics, Dudley uses Intel's Wireless Display and NETGEAR Push2TV. He states, "The wireless system is a breeze and a nice feature to have on a new PC."

USA Today — March 18, 2010

Intel WiDi beams video from laptops to your big-screen TV
By Edward Baig

"WiDi is a cinch to set up and, notwithstanding a few hiccups, worked as promised. What shows up on the TV is a cloned image of what's on the computer ... The required laptops each come with everything you need: a small wireless receiver from Netgear that you connect to the TV, plus the high-definition HDMI cable for making that connection."

CNET — February 2, 2010

Hands-on: Is Intel's Wireless Display a Game Changer?
By Dan Ackerman

CNET's Dan Ackerman completes a hands-on review of NETGEAR's Push2TV, and says the reason the unit "... has potential is that it's easy to set up, easy to use, and could be built into a huge number of upcoming laptops."

Computer Power User (CPU) — May 1, 2010

Netgear Push2TV Wireless Display Adaptor
By Paul Cross

"So long as you understand what WiDi can and can't do, we can definitely see the technology being a convenient novelty. And at roughly $100 per receiver, it isn't terribly expensive, either."

Washington Post — March 18, 2010

Toshiba Satellite E205-S1904: Cool 'Wi-Di' Capability, Good Display, Terrible Ergnomics
By Lloyd Case (PC World)

"The Toshiba Satelite E205 comes bundled with Netgear's Push2TV wireless adapter. This cool little gizmo attaches to your HDTV by way of an included HDMI cable ... Overall, aside from the input lag, Wi-Di is pretty slick once you get it working ... If you want to browse the Web or watch online videos on your HDTV, that feature works well and is sure to please."