Basically, I, or rather my parents, have a bit of a dilemma in the living room. We're going to mount our 47" Vizio on the wall, whereas the (old and crappy) pc is located on the other side of the room, quite far. My mother in particular wants to be able to watch her online movies on the big screen, but my father and I are opposed to running a huge VGA cable and audio connection all the way across the room (it has no HDMI). They also do not want to move the PC over to the other side of the room to hook it up if they don't have to, because it's kind of a piece of trash, anyway. Thus, we were juggling a few options on how to make the setup work: 1. A wireless transmitter (?) that will allow streaming of the computer display over to the TV, essentially mirroring the computer to the telly. I thought Apple TV did something like this with Macs... 2. A wireless tv device, like a Roku, Apple TV, Boxee, etc, that has a built in, fully-functional browser, and not a limited one. My mother regularly uses obscure (at least to us) Russian websites to get her fix, and I want to be sure the aforementioned browser will handle all video file types on the web. 3. Giving her my Asus tablet (TF101 with the dock), connect a wireless mouse to it, and use a mini-HDMI to HDMI cable to hook it to the TV. This is not ideal, because the Asus can be painfully slow browsing the web while duplicating the image on two displays, and often runs into trouble with different video formats in both the preinstalled browser and chrome. 4. Some other idea I haven't thought of? Please, give me your thoughts!