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I have a HP DV6 laptop and a SAMSUNG UE46F6505 smart TV.

How can I connect/mirror my laptop to the TV wirelessly without an HDMI cable? Both the laptop and TV are connected the wireless router. I want to use the TV as an extra monitor for my laptop. I don't wanna buy other devices to do this. Is it possible?

Laptop configuration:

  • Intel Core i7 3rd gen
  • 6 GB RAM
  • Windows 7
  • NVIDIA GeForce graphics card
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As far as I know, without additional hardware this is not possible. I'm sorry.

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I agree with this, there are many software packages but to truly mirror the screen wirelessly without quality loss, you will need a video wireless transmitter for your laptop, I believe they come in VGA and HDMI varieties and work similarly to a cable. – Alastor Apr 16 '14 at 18:54

Without any additional hardware you cant stream your screen to the TV.

You need something like that to connect your PC with your TV.

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Intel WIDI can do this. You can download the software here.

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You mentioned not wanting to buy anything, but I would recommend doing so. Chromecast can perform screen mirroring:

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As you recomented, I was looking for some devices. One of them is Google's Chromecast. But AFAIK it cannot mirror the screen of the laptop/pc. I am not sure if I can do it with netgear push2tv or xbox 360 or belkin screencast. do u have any any suggestion? otherwise I have to go and buy a HDMI cable (i don't like using cable). – Imrul.H Sep 30 '13 at 13:04

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