Released September, 2010
The Pros:Works well at mirroring your laptop screen to your TV (anything you can see on your computer you can see on your TV). HDMI Output. Simple installation even for the "not so techy" people.
The Cons:Screencast function takes over laptop CPU. Lag issues.
The Veebeam HD is a mid-cost 1080p media streamer made for HD TVs. The setup of this streamer is simple: you plug the Veebeam antenna into your laptop's USB port, the base station into your television, and it begins streaming your desktop to the HD TV.
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In this way, you are able to stream internet content (such as Netflix, Hulu, BBC iPlayer, and YouTube, among others) through your HDTV. You can use your laptop track and keyboard pad to control the playback of the internet content. The PC to TV link is wireless, so that the setup is clean and easy. You can also use the Veebeam HD with a Mac (compatible with OS X 10.5 and 10.6). The Veebeam HD requires a laptop with at least a 2.2 GHz or greater Intel Core 2 Duo processor to work, and is not compatible with netbooks. Though they have many of the same specs, the Veebeam HD is a step up from the lower cost Veebeam SD in that it has 2 USB sockets (for webcam and external hard-drive support), an HDMI connector, digital surround sound audio, and 1080p playback (1280x1024 resolution for movies/photos/desktop). The Veebeam HD comes with a one year warranty.
- 1080p playback (movies/photos/desktop)
- One year warranty
- 2 USB sockets
- HDMI connector
- Digital surround sound audio
- Mac/PC compatibility (Mac OS X (10.5, 10.6), Windows 7 and Windows Vista)
- Keyboard/track pad content control
- Not compatible w/ netbooks
- Requires 2.2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo or greater processor
- Wireless PC to TV link
- Veebeam Wireless USB adaptor
- AC/DC Wall/Mains power supply
- Composite audio/video cable
- Quick Start guide
- Veebeam HD Software (download required)
- 1280x1024 resolution
User Reviews (2)
Works well at mirroring your laptop screen to your TV (anything you can see on your computer you can see on your TV)
Simple installation even for the "not so techy" people
Works for both Windows and Mac
Screencast function takes over laptop CPU
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