At work we have a 60" LCD that we use for various presentations, lectures, etc. while we have typical VGA and HDMI connections for laptops, we also have an AppleTV connected to it for wireless presentation from iPads, iPhones and MacBooks. The nicest thing was the AppleTV box was only a $99 investment. I can walk in with my iPhone or iPad, launch Keynote or SlideShark, and be up and running in seconds. SlideShark, BTW, does a great job of running complex PowerPoint presentations on the iPad (does server-side conversion). What solutions are there for Android? If I have a presentation on my Google Docs account/Google Drive, what's the easiest way for me to project it wirelessly to our TV? I don't mind adding another box as long as it's similarly priced ($100-150). The TV is not a Samsung, so I can't rely on any of the proprietary Samsung Galaxy S-apps they include. Needs to work from any Android variety (with the proper apps installed of course). Suggestions?