Intel’s WiDi technology (which sounds a bit like “wide eye,” when you pronounce it), is a wireless display technology for streaming video or other content from computer to a big screen TV. To show off the company’s WiDi tech today at the Intel Developer Forum, an Intel rep pulled out a tablet computer with an Intel Atom processor and WiDi capabilities.

In the video below, you can see a big screen TV mirroring the tablet’s display. There’s a little bit of lag, but overall the feature works pretty well and streams high quality audio and video without wires.

Right now it’s just a tech demo. The tablet Intel was showing off isn’t for sale yet. But I like where things are going.

You can check out the video below, courtesy of NewGadgets.de.

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3 replies on “Intel shows off an Atom powered tablet with WiDi wireless display technology”

  1. Really cool stuff I had a feeling that Intel would do something like this with tablets powered by their processors once I learned of the WiDi technology they had in development.

  2. “Intel’s WiDi technology (which sounds a bit like “wide eye,” when you pronounce it)”

    Or, “why die” or even “why’d I” (as in “why’d I bother posting this silly comment?” 🙂

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