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Warpia PC-to-TV SWP100A Audio/Video Wireless Adapter - PCstats.com Warpia PC-to-TV SWP100A Audio/Video Wireless Adapter
Thu, December 30 2010 | 12:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
The idea of outputting content from a PC to a TV has become somewhat limited in its usefulness, what with all the media boxes and Blu-ray players with Netflix, Blockbuster, Pandora and all the other apps that allow you to easily consume your online and digital media content. Take my current setup for example; I can watch the aforementioned online services as well as movies in a wide variety of formats and even DRM’d iTunes content. The only thing I can’t do is show PowerPoint slides, watch Hulu (though if you have a PS3 or Blu-ray player with the option to install such an app, you can make that happen), or play any of my Steam games on the big screen. Granted it’s a small list, but every now and then I run across some media that won’t play on one of my devices (that the VideoLAN media player handles with ease) and having the ability to wirelessly stream to a TV can come in handy at times, so I was hoping the Warpia PC-to-TV wireless adapter would be an easy-to-use and powerful device that would provide such a feature."
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Asus TS Mini Home Server Review  - PCstats.com Asus TS Mini Home Server Review
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"Today I'm going to take the Asus TS Mini home server for a test run and see how it performs when integrated into a typical home network. Since this is a product designed for the home market, it should be easy to setup and maintain, operate quietly, and be small enough to not be in the way of other electronic equipment."
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