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Here are the answers to your questions:
- If the NUC is connected to a TV through WiDi, I presume the NUC will lose the ability to connect to Wi-Fi Internet. Just like when a mobile is used as a hotspot. If true, can I still connect to the Internet through the ethernet?! This is important as I need to wirelessly mirror an application window with live internet audio and video, and not locally stored content.
You would not lose wireless connectivity while using Widi and you can use the Ethernet connection as well.
- Can I stream both audio and video using WiDi?
Yes, both audio and video are streamed.
- Is it possible to wirelessly connect one NUC to two TVs simultaneously using WiDi? Just like a dual monitor display. Two TVs playing the same audio and video coming from one NUC. Possible?!
No. A maximum of three displays can be active at any time, two wired and one with WIDI. Intel WiDi is considered as one of the displays in a three display configuration.
- What is the maximum distance possible between the NUC and the TV?
This would be about the same distance of the WIFI connection; however, optimum performance would be around 10 Feet.
Thank you, hansb! Appreciate your quick and clear response!