Windows 7 Compatible TVs

Engadget has the scoop on the first HDTV sets to earn the Windows 7 compatible label: the Toshiba UX600 series. So what does it mean for a TV to be Window 7 compatible? It means they’ve received an official Microsoft certification for the DLNA support via Ethernet or Wi-Fi. What it means to you is that you can use Windows 7’s “Play To” feature to stream music, pictures and video over your home network directly to your TV.

At the moment there are three different models available:

  • 55UX600U: 54.6″ diagonal 1080p HD LED TV with ClearFrame™ 120Hz and Net TV™
  • 46UX600U: 46.0″ diagonal 1080p HD LED TV with ClearFrame™ 120Hz and Net TV™
  • 40UX600U: 40.0″ diagonal 1080p HD LED TV with ClearFrame™ 120Hz and Net TV™

You’ll be able to identify these and any future compatible TVs by the “Compatible with Windows 7” logo that will be displayed on the box or (hopefully not) the bezel.  


Engadget has the scoop on the first HDTV sets to earn the Windows 7 compatible label: the Toshiba UX600 series. So what does it mean for a TV to be Window 7 compatible? It means they’ve received an official Microsoft certification for the DLNA support via Ethernet or Wi-Fi. What it means to you is that you can use Windows 7’s “Play To” feature to stream music, pictures and video over your home network directly to your TV.

At the moment there are three different models available:

  • 55UX600U: 54.6″ diagonal 1080p HD LED TV with ClearFrame™ 120Hz and Net TV™
  • 46UX600U: 46.0″ diagonal 1080p HD LED TV with ClearFrame™ 120Hz and Net TV™
  • 40UX600U: 40.0″ diagonal 1080p HD LED TV with ClearFrame™ 120Hz and Net TV™

You’ll be able to identify these and any future compatible TVs by the “Compatible with Windows 7” logo that will be displayed on the box or (hopefully not) the bezel.  


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