Dual 43 monitors from 1 PC wirelessly-How?

Dell Xps m1210 notebook 9-cell lithium-i...
February 17, 2011 at 10:08:53
Specs: Windows 7 64-bit, 2.6Mhz/2Gigs
Church needs to run two 43-inch monitors (really TV's) wirelessly from one PC.
What would be needed via video card/s to allow that and what do I need to make it all work
wirelesly? Anyone know any online source for this information? Need new hardware, only now have Dell XPS Laptop at 2.6 Mhz and 2 gigs memory running Windows 7 64-bit.

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February 18, 2011 at 12:55:52
Depends on your TV. Some TVs have hardware mods that will allow you to add a Wireless NIC. These TVs are very expensive and hard to find. I doubt you have one. The only way to hook a standard to to the Internet is to hookup an old computer or laptop to it.


I personally have a Desktop computer hooked to my TV that has a 7.1 surround sound audio card hooked into my stereo and a Blueray player and all the stuff I need for my home entertainment. I then purchased a Gyro Mouse (Like WII controller) and hooked the computer into my WiFi. This way I can access Hulu and Netflix from it. Its the way to go if you have the time and money but it really only cost around $1000.00 to put the system together.

If you want to go cheap then look into a WiFi Blueray player. Most have netflix but not Hulu yet. I personally like my computer because I can browse and play my MP3 songs on it that a blueray will not do.

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