Dec. 15, 2011—LG Electronics and Intel collaborated to create wireless display (Wi-Di) technology that will be featured in LG’s Cinema 3D TVs in 2012.
Wi-Di is an interface that allows high-definition video content to be streamed wirelessly to a TV from a notebook computer.
Some notebook computers have Wi-Di capability, but a Wi-Di TV adapter is needed to transfer HD video to a TV from a notebook computer.
LG’s Cinema 3D TVs will be the first TVs to have Wi-Di technology that’s embedded in the TV. LG will launch the technology at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show, which takes place Jan. 10–13 in Las Vegas.
Stay tuned for Consumers Digest’s coverage of CES to find out our take on the technology that will make its debut in 2012. We will report daily from the CES floor in Las Vegas.