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Philips SWW1890/27 Wireless HD Net Connect

by Philips
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  • Wirelessly send content from laptop/PC to HDTV
  • Connects to laptop/PC that has an HDMI port
  • Plug and play, no set-up or software required
  • Delivers 1080p/60 HD video and digital sound
  • No interference from Wi-Fi networks
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.2 x 9.5 x 2.2 inches ; 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005GSYQ1A
  • Item model number: SWW1890/27
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 15, 2011

Product Description

Product Description

Universal HDMI solution that wirelessly delivers full HD 1080p/60 content from your laptop/PC to your HDTV. Simple plug and play, no software required.


The Philips Wireless HD Net Connect wirelessly sends content from your laptop, netbook, or PC to your HDTV full HD 1080p/60 resolution and digital sound. With the compact and lightweight HDMI transmitter, you can enjoy Internet TV and videos, play games and share favorite photos and music-all on your HDTV in. Net Connect works with all HDMI-equipped laptops/PCs, TVs and overhead projectors, and does not require wires, software, or line of sight, meaning you can mount the receiver behind your TV without signal interruption or loss. For added peace of mind, it's also safety certified.

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Wireless HD Net Connect SWW1890/27
At a Glance:
  • Wirelessly sends content from your laptop, netbook, or PC equipped with an HDMI port to your HDTV
  • Works with all HDMI-equipped TVs and overhead projectors
  • Easy installation with plug-and-play operation and no software
  • Videos, photos and games in Full HD 1080p/60 resolution for crisp images
  • Low latency - less than 1 ms for a perfect gaming experience
  • Uses WHDI signal for an interference-free connection
  • Sleek and attractive dongle that connects to laptop, netbook or PC
  • Low power consumption
  • One year limited warranty
Philips Wireless HD Net Connect, SWW1890/27 Product Shot
Easy setup with plug-and-play HDMI transmitter and receiver. View larger.
Philips Wireless HD Net Connect, SWW1890/27 Product Shot
Wirelessly transmits content directly to your HDTV from your laptop, netbook, or PC. View larger.
Easy Setup and Installation

Net Connect offers true plug-and-play convenience without software, configuration, or wires to get in the way. Simply plug the HDMI transmitter into the HDMI port of your laptop/PC, connect the receiver to your HDTV, and you're ready to go. The transmitter gets its power from any USB port on your laptop/PC. Because the device requires no line of sight and has up to a 23-foot/6m range, you can place the receiver anywhere, even behind the TV.

Digital Entertainment in Full HD 1080p/60 Resolution

Designed for laptops/PCs with HDMI, including netbooks, the HDMI-CEC-compliant Wireless HD Net Connect gives you all the power and speed of your computer on your HDTV. It does everything your laptop or PC can do in full HD 1080p/60 resolution for sharp, clear images that really pop against the screen.

Enhance Business Presentations

Beyond streaming videos, music, games, and Internet content from your PC to your HDTV, Net Connect opens up options for business presentations and video conferencing. Show your slide presentations and informational videos on an HD screen to command attention.

WHDI Technology for No Interference

Other transmitters use a Wi-Fi signal (2.4Ghz), which competes for bandwidth with laptops, cell phones, tablets, and other devices. This makes Wi-Fi transmitters more susceptible to signal interference and loss. Net Connect uses WHDI technology to transmit in an unlicensed 5 Ghz radio frequency for a crystal-clear interference-free connection.

About Philips Philips has a brand promise of "sense and simplicity" that encapsulates their commitment to understanding and catering to the desires and needs of consumers and customers. By putting end users front and center, Philips creates innovative products that are designed around people's needs and aspirations, and are both advanced and easy to use. With 60,000 registered patents, Philips is a global leader in innovation, and receives numerous international design awards every year.

What's in the Box

HDMI transmitter, HDMI receiver, mini-USB cable , A/C adapter, HDMI cable, mounting hardware, instruction booklet and quick start guide.

Customer Reviews

No lag between laptop and TV screen, which is great.
At the point, I just want the things to make my life easier, intuitively.
I really wish that this had been mentioned in the product description.
Kim L

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By R. Garrelts TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 28, 2011
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My wife and I recently decided to cut some of our monthly expenses down and decided to cut our cable service and simply maintain a high-speed internet connection to our home. Finding a device(s) that could replace our cable box but without the monthly charges has been to say the least an adventure. In our home theater setup in the basement we have a PS3 that can stream Netflix, Hulu+, Vudu, and an assortment of other strangely named apps for our viewing pleasure.

However, our main problem lies in our family room where we purposely want to keep the electronics footprint light. I.e. we want to have as few boxes and cables as possible to our smaller 46" mounted non-app capable HDTV. That's why I was initially attracted to the Philips SWW1890/27. Aside from the bizarre nomenclature (when my friends ask me what device I'm using to stream am I supposed to say, "oh the Philips SWW1890/27, of course"?) the device is actually quite good and easy to setup.

In the box you'll receive the set-top box with AC adapter, the HDMI dongle with USB power cord, a HDMI cable for use from your HDTV to the set-top box, a quick-start guide and detailed instructions. On my Windows 7 machine setup couldn't have gone easier. I simply plugged in the HDMI dongle and setup the USB power supply to it. A flashing blue-LED confirmed the device is powered and searching for the set-top box. Setting up the set-top box is foolproof as well simply requiring AC power and the HDMI cable to the HDTV.

Seconds after powering on the set-top box the HDMI dongle switched from a flashing to a solid blue LED indicating a connection had been established. A simple switch to the correct input on the HDTV and my laptop's desktop was streaming to my HDTV after an initial delay of about 5 seconds all in 1080p!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By CJ on August 25, 2012
Bought this on Woot.com for $100. It's a wireless HDMI hookup. I most definitely would not have paid $250 for it, and probably not $170, but $100 was a nice price for what it is.

It's plug and play. Just like plugging in a normal HDMI cord. Very simple set up. The box is smallish and black, so it blends in to the background if you just want to set it on a tv stand with the rest of your electronics, instead of mounting it (but it does come with both screws and adhesive velcro so that you can mount it out of the way). Depending on your setup, you might want to get a 90degree HDMI converter (like this: HDMI Right Angle Adapter). I picked one up for less than $5 at the local electronics store. The dongle (the part that hooks to your computer) is pretty clunky, so using one of those minimizes space used. The dongle does have to hook up to a USB port for power.

I've noticed zero lag time. And since it is HDMI, it transfers sound as well as picture. The user manual say it works up to 20 feet, but my computer is 25-30 feet away (with no walls between it and the TV) and it's working just fine.

It is dual voltage, in case you were wondering. I'm currently using it in Germany.

I'm very happy with this product. It's very simple. Doesn't have any extra bells or whistles to get in the way or over-complicate things. Just does what it says it would, turn your TV into another computer monitor.

Edit (about six months after purchase): Since my last review I have gotten a new computer, one with an installed blu-ray player. This does transmit a blu-ray quality signal to my TV. It looks great.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sterghe VINE VOICE on November 22, 2011
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No more climbing around to reach behind the TV to connect cables so I can show something from my computer--hooray! Very simple setup, and then a regular flatscreen becomes a "smart TV," because it can show whatever I want from my laptop. Conecting the computer to the TV used to be a rare occurrence, done for some special purpose like showing a couple family video clips to a visiting relative. Now, it's no big deal at all, and we're doing it a lot more often. I'm very happy with this device.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Steven James on November 9, 2011
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I got this device to use in my classroom so I could show educational websites and programs to my students with special needs. I didn't know what to expect when ordering, but I figured it might be of assistance when making whole-class presentations. The Philips Wireless HD Net Connect exceeded all expectations I might have had. We have had the best time with this device. It was easy to set up and I have found that my students are more engaged when using this unlikely teaching device.

I am able to put up the JUMBLE Puzzle of the day and have my students try to unscramble the words each morning which gets the day off to a great start. We then watch "how to" videos from You Tube which can cover everything from basic sign language skills to laundry-sorting techniques. The Philips Wireless Net Connect makes my lessons come to life and adds a new dimension to my teaching repertoire.

In addition to being educational it is also a lot of fun. We can watch funny, inspirational and motivational videos and websites on our classroom television. I cannot heap enough praise on this superior device. It has made my students very excited to learn and helped me remain interested and focused on my teaching.
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