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This item: Actiontec SBWD100KIT01 ScreenBeam Kit Wireless Display Receiver & Transmitter for Non-WiDi Laptops/ Miracast Devices
|Price||$ 79.99||$ 29.99||$ 49.99||$ 57.01|
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|Connectivity Technology||Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi||Information not Provided||Wi-Fi|
|Total USB Ports||1||1||1||0|
|Number of HDMI Ports||0||2||0||1|
|Model Year||2012||2013||2013||Information not Provided|
|Dimensions||3 inches x 3 inches||4.72 inches x 4.72 inches||3 inches x 3 inches||3 inches x 5.9 inches|
ScreenBeam is the only wireless display solution that works with Windows 7 or 8 laptop or PCs, and Wi-Fi certified Miracast devices. Wirelessly display your laptop, tablet or smartphone on your HDTV. Surf the Web or watch movies from Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, or YouTube, from the comfort of your couch - ScreenBeam displays iTunes movies played on your laptop, too.
It's simple. The ScreenBeam receiver receives wireless display signals from your laptop, PC, smartphone or tablet and displays your device's screen on your HDTV. Actiontec has included a USB transmitter and software for laptops and devices that are not Miracast-compatible (such as older laptops).
ScreenBeam kit is for owners of laptops and Ultrabooks without wireless display, or Wi-Fi certified Miracast tablets and smartphones like Google Nexus 4, HTC One, Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung Galaxy S4, Sony Xperia Z. Owners of laptops/ Ultrabooks with WiDi 3.5 and higher should purchase the ScreenBeam Pro.
Setting up wireless HD entertainment is easy. Connect your ScreenBeam is four simple steps:
Congratulations - you are now able to wirelessly display your laptop or device screen on your HDTV.
ScreenBeam is a more universal solution than anything else that is out there. It works with Windows 7 or 8 laptops and Miracast-enabled smartphones, tablets, or laptop PCs. It works with Intel WiDi devices, 3.5 and higher, and it's HDMI-certified for a high quality connection to your HDTV or projector. ScreenBeam creates a dedicated wireless connection to your HDTV, and does not require an existing network or line of sight.
Anything you can do on your laptop, you can now do on your HDTV. Users can surf the Web or watch movies from Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, or YouTube from the comfort of their couch. It also displays iTunes movies played on your laptop, too.
ScreenBeam wirelessly supports 1080p full HD video and HD audio, as would a fast HDMI cable. Get the HD picture quality and entertainment experience, without the cables.
ScreenBeam creates a dedicated wireless display connection to your HDTV that does not require an existing wireless network or line of sight. So even if you don't have a wireless router at home, you can still enjoy HD entertainment streamed wirelessly from your PC, laptop, or portable devices.
ScreenBeam gives you more than most receivers that only support one wireless standard, for less. The ScreenBeam kit contains everything you need to configure a wireless display setup between your computer and HDTV.
ScreenBeam display receiver, USB transmitter, high-speed HDMI cable, energy-efficient power supply, ScreenBeam software CD, Quick Start guide.
Got this for work. Computers with an updated intel GPU and chipset can use this without the dongle.
Well worth the cost.
Bought from another online retailer. Device works inconsistently with both the USB adapter and with an Android device. Read morePublished 21 days ago by mrisinger
Great performance and value for its purpose. Could use an on/off switch however.Published 23 days ago by Angelo J. Prevete
Finally got the video to run at an acceptable rate after relocating transmitter to a position with "line of sight" to the receiver. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Louis Broussard
Problems to connect due to firewall of avirus. Transmitter must be close to receiver.
Not just plug and play.
I bought this device to be able to mirror my phone/tablet (Android) screen on my TV, as well as an older PC that does not natively support the Miracast protocol. Read morePublished 1 month ago by pabloi