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Connect TV to Network Wirelessly

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My company purchased a Samsung TV with the thought of using it as a wireless monitor to display internet and access files on our server.  The TV won't do this out of the box.  Is there anyway this can be set up to work?
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by:ScottCha
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It would help if you would provide the model of the TV.

Right off the top of my head you could probably connect a PC to it with a wireless card.  That way it wouldn't matter what kind of TV/Monitor it is.
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Something like this would inexpensively work,
http://www.amazon.com/Foxconn-NTA350-0H0W-B-A-NA-Hudson-Booksize-Barebone/dp/B00556F8BU/ref=sr_1_16?ie=UTF8&qid=1370375664&sr=8-16&keywords=Mini+PC

Without a computer, you won't get network access.
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That is a sweet little machine.  In fact  I'm going to suggest it to my wife for her mother.
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I have a good friend (computer tech) who uses it for a multimedia system connected to his TV, works great.
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