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SIIG Wireless USB to HDMI with Audio Kit (JU-HM0211-S1)

by SIIG
11 customer reviews

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  • Up to 10 meters wireless connection, no more cable clutter
  • Powered by Alereon NoWire driverless technology
  • Supports 720p HD video and digital stereo sound
  • Supports 1080P for still image
  • Supports mirror mode and extended mode
  • Auto driver installation and auto pairing feature
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Product Description

Product Description

SIIG s Wireless USB to HDMI with Audio Kit is an excellent wireless solution enabling you to connect a HDMI display with audio to your USB-enabled (USB 2.0 or later) computer. This wireless USB to HDMI with Audio Kit works flawlessly with standard and wide screen monitors and supports 1080P for still image, 720p HD video, digital stereo sound, mirror and extended display modes. It transmits HD video and stereo audio signals wirelessly up to 33 feet (10 meters) from your computer to your HDTV. Additional features include one-step driver installation and auto-pairing feature for user-friendly installation. The Wireless USB to HDMI with Audio Kit is the perfect solution enabling you to add an extra HDMI display with audio to your desktop or notebook computer. SIIG s Wireless USB to HDMI with Audio Kit is powered by Display Link chip and Alereon NoWire driverless technology, conforms to USB specification revision 2.0, is FCC and CE regulatory approved and RoHS-compliant. In addition, it is compatible with a wide variety of Windows operating systems and is backed by SIIG s limited 3-year warranty.

From the Manufacturer

With the Wireless USB to HDMI with Audio Kit from SIIG, you can wirelessly transmit high-definition video and audio from your PC to your HDTV without any cable clutter. The kit includes a wireless USB transmitter and a wireless USB to HDMI receiver, allowing you to connect your USB-enabled desktop or laptop computer to an HDMI display, such as a computer monitor, video projector, or digital television. The device is optimized for computers with USB 2.0 or later.

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Wireless USB to HDMI
with Audio Kit
At a Glance:
  • Supports 1080p still images, 720p HD video, and digital stereo sound
  • Works with both standard and widescreen monitors
  • Wireless range of up to 33 feet to eliminate cable clutter
  • DisplayLink chip provides smooth wireless transfer and high-quality graphics
  • Plug-and-play installation with Alereon NoWire driverless technology
  • Three-year limited warranty
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Stream content to your TV from up to 33 feet away. View larger.
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Wireless transmitter and receiver offer quick, simple setup. View larger.
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Transmit 720p video from your PC to your television--wirelessly.
Extended Wireless Range for Convenience

The Wireless USB to HDMI with Audio Kit transmits HD video and stereo audio signals wirelessly from your computer to your HDTV from up to 33 feet away. This makes it easy to stream music and movies to your TV without having to move your PC or worry about excessive cable cluttering your home theater system.

Optimal Video and Audio Quality

The kit works with both standard and widescreen monitors and supports 1080p still images, 720p HD video, digital stereo sound, and mirror and extended display modes.

The DisplayLink chip in this kit provides a low-latency connection by compressing data for faster transfer. The result is smooth playback that retains the quality of wired connections, including high resolution and full 32-bit color graphics.

Simple Setup with Plug-and-Play Technology

SIIG's kit is powered by Alereon NoWire driverless technology, which makes setup easier. You can skip driver installation and user settings configuration--simply plug each piece in and start watching.

This kit conforms to USB specification revision 2.0 and is FCC and CE regulatory approved and RoHS compliant.

Product and Warranty Information

The Wireless USB to HDMI with Audio Kit is compatible with Windows 7 (32- or 64-bit), Windows Vista (32- or 64-bit), and Windows XP (32-bit). To operate this device, you need a PC with an available USB port (USB 2.0 is recommended).

The receiver measures 5.67-by-2.17-by-4.65-inches (H x W x D), and the transmitter measures 0.75-by-0.75-by-3.75-inches (H x W x D). The kit weighs 8-ounces.

The Wireless USB to HDMI with Audio Kit is backed by a three-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box

Wireless USB to HDMI receiver, wireless USB transmitter, HDMI cable, AC power adapter, and quick installation guide.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 7.4 x 4.3 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B004VB9F50
  • Item model number: JU-HM0211-S1
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 5, 2011

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By DragonKnight on June 12, 2011
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HI,

First of all, I am trying to write a general review base on the users' point of view since most of the tech site already have all the tech info on the "Nitti gritty" testing of the chip spec and performance. I don't need to go there again and the key point is to look at the end product's total design integration and the easy use of the product + the impression of the video quality.

OK, Here we go

Package:
It is nicely packed in simple industrial type white box with a feature labels on it. I like it... didn't waste too much on the package and killing the tree.
It comes with
* The receiver unit
* The transmitter
* The HDMI cable (a plus since a lot of DVD player doesn't even include that anymore)
* AC adapter the power source
Overall the product is not bad looking besides that it doesn't feel or look like a cheap product.
[...]

I am going to test it on different platform...
1> a HP Pavillion DV7t I7 2nd gen 8G system with ATI 1G video card... running win 7 HM Premium
2> an Older Toshiba M200 Centrino tablet pc (1.8G) with 785M + Win 7
3> a P4 desktop 2.8G / 1.5G M / Win XP HM sp2 (if I have time)
You can see that I am curious about trying to run the device at the older Laptop/Desktop and see if the PC's horse power is going to be a big factor on the device's performance. (if it is well designed that it should take away too much PC's CPU power)

I will test the SIIG device with the system 1 first
The product comes with a smart design by preloading the drivers onto the USB receiver (embedded a small memory in the USB with all the drivers loaded) so there's no CD included with the product. NEAT!
The installation is pretty easy... after plug the USB ..
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Shappy on May 6, 2013
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I bought this device as part of my cut the (pay TV) cord strategy. I have two TVs on the same level of the house that share video using an HDMI over Ethernet solution. My goal was to display the laptop to either TV regardless of where I was on that level of the house. I figured if it didn't have the range I could at least use it for the living room where I would benefit the most. My hope was that it would work through walls but I never found anything definitive either way in my research of the product. Most products like this require a line of sight.

The unit I received was a Hardware version 1. I plugged the base unit directly into a TV. I connected the USB transmitter into my Windows 8 laptop. There was no problem loading the drivers. After a reboot of the laptop, I was ready to try displaying it on the TV. It showed up as a secondary monitor and I extended the display to the TV. It seemed pretty decent just poking around Windows. I played a video and it was very choppy when displaying on the TV. I tried duplicating the displays instead of extending them, the result was about the same. When running as duplicates, the fact that the TV and laptop were different resolutions made the picture not fill the entire TV screen. That wasn't a huge surprise, I had to adjust to the TV to use a zoom mode. More toying around and I realize that just putting my hand around the USB transmitter would make it cut out. When I put the base unit up higher, I got better results. A good line of sight is required, it doesn't work through hands, knees, walls, or anything. I couldn't leave the room but I was getting somewhere. The range claims up to 30 ft. I got about 20 ft. before it would begin to cut out. It has some fluff features in the software that were less than useful.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jesse M. Jones on November 1, 2013
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Unfortunately, the big selling point of this item was that it was intended to be "driverless" - and this did not live up to that promise. I needed a setup for a corporate conference room, and I wanted to ensure that company colleagues and guests would not need IT support to use this hardware on demand.

While the USB transmitter DOES have the drivers on-board, it was unable to load without admin privileges on the computers I tried it on. This will NOT work for the scenario outlined above, so I had to return the device.

I ended up using the "Nyrius ARIES Prime Digital Wireless HDMI Transmitter" (I can't figure out how to make a link in my review any more, sorry...) as it simply acts as a wireless HDMI cable, with truly no admin support required.
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By Steven Tanner on October 15, 2013
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Item was DOA when I removed it from the package and hooked it up. The USB stick would not connect to the wireless unit attached to the TV.

Worse, the product description said that it had plug-in-play installation from the USB stick. This is not true. I had to install the drivers from the CD. And still the item would not work.

My reason for wanting a wireless HDMI with plug-in-play action is that I am looking for a product for a small plant conference room where we get a lot of visiting vendors and corporate suits. This way they can plug the end of one device into their laptop at table, have the drivers install, so that they have the their screens transmitted to a device connected to the LCD on the wall. Saves me the time of having to crash a meeting and do a lengthy last minute install that delays a presentation. So far I have not found such a device and given the description of this item, I thought this would be the one.
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