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Im trying to connect a 47" screen to a computer wirelessly, so that the regular monitor can be used along with the TV. The TV will be used to stream video surveillance while the operator goes about working on the computer.

What would be the best method of going about this? Wireless streaming through a transmitter and receiver? Is there a setup that works well?

BTW there are no additional expansion slots pci or pci-e. Only a pci-e x1

Thanks! redface.gif
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You could try wireless HDMI, get ready to spend over $100 though.
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You could try wireless HDMI, get ready to spend over $100 though.

The money is not the issue, this is for work. The real issue is being able to use the main monitor while stream video from an application to the tv.

Would I be able to do this with a wireless hdmi setup?
    
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I don't see why not, as long as you set the HDMI out in Windows as a secondary display it'll act like a second monitor.
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If you can work on MAC OSX ( turn your pc to an Hackintosh). You can buy an APPLE TV and an APP called Airparrot. You can do it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcUkgr8YHP0
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