Netgear Push2TV PTV2000 HD Signal Converter

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With Intel Wireless Display and the Push2TV HD Wireless Adapter, you can connect your laptop wirelessly to your TV and enjoy and share your personal media collections, latest YouTube videos, downloaded or streamed movies, music, or a variety of other Internet content from the comfort of your home.


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Product Title: Netgear Push2TV PTV2000 HD Signal Converter

Manufacturer: Netgear

Lowest Price: $39.97 from Newegg.com

Power Score: 3.0 | 7 Reviews


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Product Reviews (7)

Won't Work With Win 8

Strengths: Will Work with Previous Versions

Weakness: Won't Work with WIN 8

Buyer beware. You need the PTV-3000 to work with WIN8. And at that, WIN8 won't work with the latest firmware upgrade for it, 2.2.9! It will only work with 2.2.7 How's that for weird?

By dsb1967 - Mar 21, 2013

Works as advertised

New HP Envy17 3D laptop was ordered with the Netgear Push2TV PTC2000HD. I followed Netgear directions step by step which includes updating Intel drivers. I connected the Netgear to our Mitsubishi HD 3D TV via the included HDMI cable; everything worked perfectly from the start. Could not have asked for a better performance. HD video along with full theatre surround. If you want to cut the cable,...
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By lpjakob on HP - Feb 28, 2012

Awesome Product

Works Great! Highly recommend 5 Star all the way, and I usually don't like NetGear products. This works great with a 2nd Gen i7 2.10Ghz w/ boost to 3.10Ghz like something of the future.

By Rogue7 on HP - Feb 13, 2012

Worked for me but...

This netgear product can work with an HP dm4-1080us laptop like mine. And yes, the 1080us has a 2nd gen Intel I5 processor. But don't expect your Netgear device to connect to this laptop without inputing several minutes of your trouble shooting/updating time. Should your laptop ever connect to the netgear adapter, like mine eventually did, you'll be impressed with what it can do without wires.

By digger25 on HP - Dec 27, 2011

Not worth it.

Easy to install and connect, but frequently loses connection. Updated firmware on the device and drivers on the computer but still drops connection. HDMI cable is cheaper and more reliable.

By ChrisK on HP - Dec 26, 2011

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