We've been wading through muddy waters seeking wireless display technology. WiDi has seen only limited implementations abroad but NETGEAR may have brought together the right ingredients to get further. Their new Universal Push2TV HD Wireless PC to TV adapter is composed of the offerings of the wunderkind of the next frontier. NETGEAR combines them both to push up to 1080p video from your PC through the air to HDMI. The Push2TV incorporates Ultra-wideband-based Wireless USB and can apparently stream 1080p given a powerful enough CPU. The extra horsepower is necessary for what must be major video compression to have stutter free full HD via the USB 2.0 interface. There’s also S/PDIF as well as 3.5mm stereo jack for audio needs. DisplayLink provides the USB protocol friendly display technology, their hardware and software have advanced modular display systems almost without peers. Wisair has always been in the forefront Certified Wireless USB technology although without as much penetration due probably more to the economic shifting of late than maturity of the technology. One small problem, due to some copyright troll issues, the Push2TV won't stream Blu-ray content. There may be some 'ahem' workarounds, there always are, but out of the box you'll have to be content with YouTube, NetFlix, Hulu and other more open offerings. If you can live without HDCP / Blu-ray support, the Push2TV can be had for a song at just $129 MSRP.