Apr 21

D-Link unveiled its MainStage WiDi TV adapter at CES this year, and yesterday the device made an appearance on the FCC. The MainStage uses Intel’s Wireless Display (WiDi) technology to stream high definition video from a PC to a TV. The system includes a USB dongle and the MainStage TV adapter, pictured above. The TV adapter has HDMI and composite outputs, while the USB dongle will work with any PC with a 2nd generation Intel Core processor. The TV adapter will also work with computers that have native WiDi functionality.


WiDi is billed as a convenient way to stream video from a PC to a TV. Several other vendors including Netgear and Toshiba offer WiDi products.

The MainStage is expected to launch in the first half of 2011. Pricing for the device has not yet been released.

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