CES Weird: Addlogix's InternetVue, for when your laptop screen isn't big enough

We guess there are times when your laptop's screen isn't big enough — you've downloaded a movie that demands to be viewed on something bigger than a 13-inch display, or you want to make a presentation and not have people jostling for a view. For these few times, Addlogix's InternetVue lets you wirelessly connect your laptop to your big screen TV via Wi-Fi. The box connects to your TV via component video and converts your laptop's VGA info to 1280 x 720-resolution video.

InternetVue's technology was actually developed by a company called Quartics, which is hoping some of its future partners lose the box and just embed a chipset into their TV or other video gadget. Until then, the InternetVue will run you $250.