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asked by Bethany Kovars on October 22, 2011
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It will only work if both the TV and the laptop support the HDMI Ethernet Channel feature. Unless they are brand new, and high-end, it's unlikely. I've personally not seen a product with that feature.
Hego answered on October 13, 2013
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HDMI & ethernet are different cables...but yes, you can wirelessly connect your laptop to your apartment's wi-fi, an then run an HDMI cable from your laptop to your tv (as long as both have HDMI connections-mac laptops need an adaptor). You may have to tinker with the display settings on your laptop to ensure a full-screen fill of your tv. One laptop I used wouldn't do full-screen with the laptop opened, but once I shut the lid it would do full-screen for some reason :)
igd_2 answered on January 23, 2013
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