2 reviews

Flip Video FlipShare TV

$150.00 Released December, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:HDMI output. Capable of streaming 720p high definition video. Affordable price.

The Cons:100% proprietary - cannot be used to do anything other than its intended purpose. Cannot be used to access local or online media whatsoever. Extremely limited functionality.

The Flip Video FlipShare TV is a high-definition media streamer designed for streaming FlipShare camera footage directly from your online Flip library to either an HDMI or RCA-compliant television set.

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Users first attach the device to their TV, and then plug the included 802.11n USB transceiver into their PC. They can then access their library from their TV via an included IR remote. The underlying drawback to the FlipShare TV is that it is 100% propretiary, which means that watching content from YouTube, Amazon, Netflex, or Hulu is not possible. In fact, you can’t even just access basic audio/video media off your hard drive. Additional features include a maximum resolution of 720p, a range up to 200ft, and a battery life of 1 year.


  • FlipShare Media Streamer
  • HDMI/RCA Television Compatibility
  • 720p Maximum Video Resolution
  • Draft N Wireless Connectivity (USB)
  • Access to Private Channels
  • Access to Video/Still Shortcuts (Flip)


  • Model Number: CTV1W
  • UPC Code: 8 13477 01024 9
  • Color: Blue and White
  • Region: USA
  • Network: 802.11n point-to-point proprietary
  • Range: 200ft w/clear line-of-sight
  • Supported Video Formats: SD AVI MPEG4 (640x380 @30fps)
  • Supported Video Formats: SD MP4 H.264 (640x480 @ 30 fps)
  • Supported Video Formats: HD MP4 H.264 (1280x720 @ 30fps)
  • Batteries: AAA x2


  • HDMI (Type A)
  • Composite Video / Stereo Audio (RCA)
  • USB 2.0 

Included Accessories

  • Remote Control w/Batteries
  • USB Wireless Transmitter
  • Power Adapter
  • A/V Cable
  • Documentation
  • Quickstart Guide

User Reviews (2)

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  • 2

    HDMI output

  • 2

    capable of streaming 720p high definition video

  • 2

    affordable price

  • 2

    802.11N transmitter is a nice touch for those with older 802.11B/G networks, no WiFi

  • 2

    includes remote control

  • 1

    manufactured by Cisco

  • 1

    very compact and lightweight

  • 1

    remote is RF - doesn't need to be directly aimed at the set / have a clean line of sight to work

  • 1

    cross-platform capable - works on both OSX and Windows

  • 1

    easily upload videos to YouTube, Facebook or Flip's own Flip Channels - which will also be accessible via smartphone software (iPhone, BlackBerry, Android)

  • 1

    designed to be extremely easy to use

  • 2

    100% proprietary - cannot be used to do anything other than its intended purpose

  • 2

    cannot be used to access local or online media whatsoever

  • 2

    extremely limited functionality

  • 2

    only works with the included USB transmitter

  • 1

    RF remote means the majority of universal remotes cannot be used in its place

  • 1

    does not include an HDMI cable

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