HP planning Wi-Fi LCD TVs

Posted on Sunday, September 11 2005 @ 10:51 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
HP announced it will ship a new, more intelligent, 37-inch LCD TV by the middle of next year with Wi-Fi capabilities. Steve Nigro, senior vice president and general manager in HP's Imaging and Printing Group, explains the TV will have a digital media receiver to enable users to access content stored on a home PC or download new content from Internet services on their TV.
The connected home, in which movies, music, and other media can be accessed on multiple screens around a house, is an evolving concept, to say the least. Aside from a small group of rich technology enthusiasts, most consumers have not started hooking up their digital televisions to their PCs and streaming downloaded content to a television over a home network.
More details over at PC World

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