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Any televisions that support Windows Network Projector protocol?

I was thinking about how cool it would be to just click and run a slideshow or presentation on a TV without needing to pull out a cable and hook up. Does anyone know any TV models that support Remote Desktop / Network Projector?

Clarifing: "Remote Desktop Projector" is an RDP based protocol supported by some WiFi based LCD Projectors and Windows 7 (since Vista)!

There are many new/future standards in progress http://www.crutchfield.com/S-QpWCSPqkl4Q/learn/blogs/av_tips/archive/2011/01/11/wi-fi-widi-wivu-what-an-overview-of-wireless-hd-technology.aspx but I need to know if anyone used this RDP protocol successfuly with large TVs.

I will repeat http://superuser.com/users/4642/zan-lynx question as I'm a sysadmin and need to buy new hardware for meeting rooms, and knowing other guys experience with this would be very useful indeed - please don't close this as offtopic Apparently all hardware manufacturers are looking for blueray bandwith, but we all use RDP, TeamViewer, Logmein "good enougth quality" for screen sharing - I'm happy with this quality for meetings most of the time!

A similar question here How do I get my desktop (windows 7) on my DLNA TV? Shouldn't we be able to send our desktop to any DLNA DMR (Digital Media Renderer)?

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closed as off topic by slhck, sblair, random Sep 11 '11 at 19:23

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Is your question about the protocol, or buying a new TV? –  Simon Sheehan Sep 11 '11 at 18:28
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essentially, you're still asking for a TV which supports RDP - that's a no-no because we don't do shopping recommendations –  Sathya Sep 11 '11 at 18:50
    
It's ridiculous that this question is closed. –  Brett Jan 17 '12 at 0:28