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Wireless Display (WiDi) was technology developed by Intel that enabled users to stream music, movies, photos, videos and apps without wires from a compatible computer to a compatible HDTV or through the use of an adapter with other HDTVs or monitors. Intel WiDi supported HD 1080p video quality, 5.1 surround sound, and low latency for interacting with applications sent to the TV from a PC.
- 2010 - WiDi 1.0 - Supports 720P
- 2011 - WiDi 2.0 - Supports 1080P
- 2012 - WiDi 3.0 - Supports 1080P @ 60 FPS
- September 2012 - WiDi 3.5 - Supports Windows 8, touch functionality, 1080p output, 3D content, HDCP2, Blu-ray, and USB devices and Miracast.
- 2013 - WiDi 4.0
- 2014 - WiDi 4.1
- 2014 - WiDi 4.2 - 5Ghz Wi-Fi support (with compatible receiver)
- 2015 - WiDi 5.1 - Supports 4k - Ultra HD displays.
- 2015 - WiDi 6.0
- 2015 October- The marketing and development of WiDi applications was discontinued by Intel, who said that this was because the Miracast standard was natively supported in Windows for wireless display.
In Intel Wireless Display version 3.5, the Miracast standard was supported on Windows 8.1 and 10. After this development, Intel recommended that business users utilize Intel Unite as a platform for collaboration. Miracast is included in all Android 4.2+ smart phones. It can stream on TVs, projectors, and media players.
- Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA).
- Wireless Home Digital Interface
- The Origins of WiDi Technology, 2011-01-25, Intel Free Press
- How to Watch Video, Wirelessly, on Your TV Set, By Walter S. Mossberg, 2010-03-04, The Wall Street Journal
- Intel Wireless Display (WiDi): The Hottest Sleeper Technology, By Cisco Cheng, 2010-01-09, PCMag.com
- WiDi at Intel.com
- "Product Discontinuation Notice for Intel® WiDi and Intel® Pro WiDi". Intel. Retrieved 2016-10-15.
- "Discover Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Miracast". Wi-Fi Alliance. Retrieved 2016-10-15.
- CES 2010: Intel Announces WiDi HD Wireless Display Tech
- Intel Insider & WiDi 2.0
- Ivy Bridge Widi 3.0 brings 1080p 60 FPS, by Fuad Abazovic, 2012-04-11, fudZilla
- Evolution of WiDi - Intel Wireless Display (WiDi): Another Cable Killer Hits Its Stride, By William Van Winkle, 2013-06-12, Tom's IT Pro
- WiDi – Wireless Display Overview, Specifications, Testing and Demos, by Chippy, 2014-02-20, UMPCPortal
- INTEL WIDI 5.1 SUPPORTS 4k, By emgain, 2015-01-09, New Gadget Release Date 2015
- Intel brings next-gen 'Broadwell' processor tech to mainstream notebooks, desktops, By Mark Hachman, 2015-01-05, PCWorld, Intel’s WiDi wireless display technology has also improved: Version 5.1 includes gaming support, Pro features for manageability, and 4K resolutions.
- WiDi actually works now, Intel executive says By Mark Hachman, 2015-01-05, PCWorld
- "Main Intel® WiDi and Intel® Pro WiDi Applications website". Intel. Retrieved 2016-08-15.
- Parrish, Kevin (19 September 2012). "Intel's New Wireless Display 3.5 Will Support Miracast". Tom's Hardware. Retrieved 9 July 2013.
- "Intel® WiDi and Intel® Pro WiDi Applications Discontinued Notice". Intel. Retrieved 2017-02-27.
- "support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/15053/windows-8-project-wireless-screen-miracast". support.microsoft.com (in Template:Locale). Retrieved 2017-03-01.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to WiDi.|
- WiDi at Intel.com
- The Main Wireless HDMI Transmission Protocols and Their Typical Products Comparison of different wireless HDMI transmission protocols at Portablehifi.com