Belkin ScreenCast TV Adapter for Intel Wireless Display (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Wireless: Experience your laptop on your TV-stream HD videos, share photos, and surf the Web.
- Easy to Set Up, Easy to Use: Connect the HDMI cable to your TV, and you're ready to stream from your laptop with one touch.
- Big Picture, Big Sound: Watch online content in full-HD 1080p resolution and Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound
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With Belkin ScreenCast, the days of watching online media on a small laptop screen are over. ScreenCast wirelessly connects any laptop with Intel Wireless Display to your home entertainment system, allowing you to enjoy everything your laptop has to offer without having to compromise on video/audio quality.
Easy to Set Up, Easy to Use
To wirelessly stream media from your laptop, simply connect ScreenCast to your TV with the included HDMI cable, then launch Intel Wireless Display on your laptop. The software will automatically detect ScreenCast and establish a connection between your laptop and TV. From there, your laptop's screen will appear on your TV, allowing you to stream HD Internet content to your HDTV from your favorite Web sites, like Netflix, YouTube, and Pandora. You can also share photos and surf the Web--all on a screen that's big enough for the whole family to see.
Enjoy All Your Laptop Content on a Big Screen with Big Sound
With Belkin ScreenCast, media from your hard drive, home network, or the Internet seamlessly integrates with your home entertainment system. Insert a Blu-ray disc into your laptop's disc drive, then watch it on your HDTV. Or, enjoy your iTunes library on your home stereo speakers--not your tiny computer speakers--for incredible sound.
ScreenCast streams media in full-HD 1080p resolution with Dolby 5.1 surround sound, transforming your laptop into a source for endless state-of-the-art home theater entertainment*. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy online content from the comfort of your couch.
Requires Intel Wireless Display
ScreenCast requires a laptop with Windows 7 and Intel Wireless Display powered by select Intel Core processors. Additionally, an HDTV is required for 1080p (HD) resolution and 5.1 surround sound. ScreenCast includes HDTV and HDMI ports for optimal output--an RCA output is also included for standard-definition televisions.
The Belkin ScreenCast TV Adapter for Intel Wireless Display is backed by a one-year limited warranty.
What's in the Box
ScreenCast TV Adapter for Intel Wireless Display, quick-install guide, user manual, power adapter, and HDMI cable.
*Actual output may depend on audio/video equipment and mix of wireless products used.
CES 2012 Innovations Award
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Top Customer Reviews
Wireless Display (or WiDi) is only available on laptops running Windows 7. I couldn't find a workaround to get it to operate on a desktop PC with Windows 7, which is a real shame.
If you do have a PC that you CAN connect to, then the Belkin ScreenCast device is a breeze to use. Plug it into the HDMI input on your TV. The Belkin comes with an HDMI cable. (You can also use a standard Red/Yellow/White RCA Cable, which isn't supplied. The video quality won't be as good.) Plug the Belkin power adapter into a wall output. Press the button on the back of the ScreenCast, right beside the cables. Then change the TV to get its input from the HDMI or RCA cable and you'll see a Belkin welcome screen.
Start the Intel WiDi software on your laptop and it will automatically connect so that your laptop screen contents are now displayed on your TV in 1080p. Intel also has a downloadable WiDi widget that lets you display your laptop on the TV while you do something else on the PC.
Overall summary: if you have a laptop that works with these, it's really easy to use. I just wish WiDi was supported on desktops also.
I now have a laptop that has current WiDi capabilities and wanted you to know that the Belkin Screencast is working a treat... very easy setup and several ways to configure your display but I enjoy using the LCD tv as an extension of my desktop. A small amount of lag between laptop and TV action when mouse/touchpad inputs are needed but nothing horrible for most applications. If you play games it might bother you though.
Standard Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n 2.4GHz or 5GHz
Dolby® Digital 5.1 (AC3) surround sound
HDMI, RCA Composite (NTSC/PAL)
'Laptop with Intel® Wireless Display
'HDTV with available HDMI® port
'ScreenCast TV Adapter for Intel® Wireless Display
'Quick Install Guide
Solid little device with good looks and size complete with HDMI cable and RCA jacks for component connection to your newer HDTV. Simple to hook up and comes with software on CD to get up and running.
Will be wonderful for presentations either for business or personal fun.
First product description did not make it clear that you had to have 2012 computer with latest WiDi feature on it
I checked with my friends and relatives to see if anyone had the "WiDi" capable notebook but none of them had anything that new so I can't test it out yet.Read more ›
- Windows 7 LAPTOP; at the time of this review, WiDi is only available on Windows 7 *laptops*.
--- recommended: laptop with a mid-range (moderately fast) video card; the performance can depend on the video card
Basics (5 stars):
The device itself looks sleek and really small; the size of a sandwich. Belkin is nice and gives you an HDMI cable in the box. You have the option to use your own RCA/composite (red/white/yellow) cables if your TV has no available HDMI ports, but HDMI is better.
Performance (5 stars):
This device pushes audio/video from your laptop to the TV, i.e., what you hear/see on your laptop is played/shown on your TV. The device also supports dual monitors, if you know how to do that. The audio/video are always synced, so the sounds/voices on the TV match up perfectly to the picture. I can stream Blu-Ray movies from my laptop to the TV without any choppy audio/video quality.
The latency is 200ms or less, i.e., when you move your mouse on the laptop, it takes 1/5 of a second to show the movement on the TV. This is excellent for viewing and sharing photos, YouTube videos, or streaming movies to a big screen TV. For gaming, 200ms is annoying for RTS or FPS, but might be okay for turn-based games.
For optimal connection, keep the laptop in the same room as the Belkin device, up to 15 feet away. Otherwise the connection between laptop and device may be lost and you'll have to reconnect (not a big deal, unless it happens every few minutes).
Setup (5 stars):
Simple...Read more ›
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