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Is there anyway i can extend my windows desktop to my HDTV using wireless connection?
    
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You can get a wireless HDMI receiver.
I don't know how well they perform though. I wouldn't have thought very.
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would something like this work?

http://www.monoprice.com/Product?c_id=109&cp_id=10110&cs_id=1011011&p_id=8087&seq=1&format=2

Basically my office is getting a huge HDTV(60"-80") and they would like to connect their laptops to the HDTV and do presentations. We are currently using a projector but some have complained that the picture is not clear enough.
    
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Yeah, pretty much anything like that would be fine. I can't vouch for them though, I've never used anything like it, and I'd be a little wary of them.

http://www.monoprice.com/Product/?c_id=109&cp_id=10110&cs_id=1011011&p_id=8087&seq=1&format=4#feedback

Have a read through the reviews and see what you think.

With a projector as well, just to note, I've found a lot of places would only buy an 800x600 resolution projector. You can actually get very good 1080p projectors for probably cheaper than a 60-80" TV.
Also, screens that size tend to be plasma, which can cause ghosting/burn in when connected to a PC. Which, for example is if a certain image is on the screen for a prolonged amount of time, you'd still see it when you skipped to the next slide for a bit. It'd eventually go away though.
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