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DLNA is an industry-wide standard for sharing data over a home network. Stream films from your laptop to your TV, for example, play an MP3 track from your mobile on your hi-fi system or print a photo from your tablet on your home printer. 

If you have a router in your home then you have a network and can use DLNA products on it, and if you have wi-fi then you can do it all wirelessly too.

You can find the best products with DLNA features by reading our Which? reviews of TVslaptopstablets,camerasdigital radiosprinters and mobile phones.

DLNA stands for ‘Digital Living Network Alliance’ – a group of organisations, including many consumer electronic manufacturers, that has created the standard enabling all DLNA devices to share media over a home network. The alliance was established in 2003 and now has around 250 members all working towards the goal of seamless interoperability of products.

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