|Item Weight||8.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.3 x 2 x 0.5 inches|
|Item model number||PTV3000-100NAS|
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NETGEAR Push2TV Wireless Display HDMI Adapter with Miracast (PTV3000) Certified for use with Kindle Fire HDX
|Price:||$139.95 + $4.99 shipping|
- Wirelessly display content in up to 1080p HD video resolution.
- Flexible power option by using the USB port on the TV.
- Small size for easy placement and portability.
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Mirror the Screen of Your Kindle Fire HDX, Laptop, Tablet, or Smartphone on Your TV
NETGEAR Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter enables you to mirror whatever is displayed on your Kindle Fire HDX, Intel WiDi, or Miracast-supported smartphone, tablet, or laptop screen on your HDTV, wirelessly.
- Certified for Kindle Fire HDX
- Wirelessly display content in up to 1080p HD video resolution
- Flexible power option using a USB port on the TV
- Small size for easy placement and portability
- Works with Miracast or Intel WiDi certified Windows 8.1 laptops and ultrabooks
- Works with Miracast-certified smartphones such as Google Nexus 4, Samsung Galaxy S4, LG Optimus G, and others
- Bring content from mobile devices to the big screen
- Enjoy photos, videos, music, apps, or any website on your big screen TV
- Experience your videos and photos in HD resolution up to 1080p
- Enjoy 5.1 surround sound for an immersive home entertainment experience
- Display photos, videos, the browser and favorite apps wirelessly from your mobile devices on TV, without using HDMI cables
- Push2TV is an ideal accessory for any compatible mobile device – Kindle, laptop, tablet, or smartphone
Certified for Kindle Fire HDX
Your Push2TV now supports Kindle Fire HDX. Enjoy Amazon Instant Video or anything that is displayed on your Kindle tablet on your big screen TV.
Flexible Power Options
Push2TV can be powered using a USB port on your TV. If the TV does not have a USB port, Push2TV also comes with a standard power adapter that plugs into an electrical outlet.
Small in size, Big in Performance
Smaller than a standard pencil, the Push2TV adapter allows for simple placement and makes it easy to carry around when travelling.
Supports Intel WiDi and Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Miracast
Push2TV supports Intel WiDi and is Miracast certified, so you can wirelessly display more of your devices on TV in up to 1080p HD.
- Installation Guide
- Power adapter
- USB cable
- Requires a laptop, smartphone, or tablet with Intel WiDi or Miracast wireless display
- HDTV with available HDMI input
User manual available at http://www.downloads.netgear.com/files/GDC/PTV3000/PTV3000_UM_23Apr2013.pdf
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I ordered this unit from Amazon and just received it yesterday.
The first thing that you need to know about this device is that it does indeed work. There are however a few things that you need to know in order to get it up and running and also to optimize its performance once that has happened.
I have my PTV3000 plugged into my Sony Bravia HDTV via an HDMI cable in the back along with a USB cable plugged into the back of the TV as its power source. No need to take up another outlet so it is best to use a spare USB jack on your TV if you have one available.
After you have plugged the PTV3000 unit in to your TV the next step is to open the Intel WiDi software program on your PC or Laptop computer. I am using a Sony Vaio Laptop to run the Intel WiDi software.
Once you have opened the WiDi software you can enable the software to scan for the PTV3000. If it finds it then simply click on "connect" and wait a few moments and see if it establishes a connection with the PTV3000.
When I first tried this I was not able to establish a connection to my PTV3000 unit after trying to get it to connect via the Intel WiDi software about 20 times.
Here is what I would recommend that everyone who buys the PTV3000 do FIRST!!
Update/download the latest firmware for the PTV3000 via the Netgear web site. The instructions for doing this are included in the brief manual that comes with the PTV3000. After you have done that I would suggest that you also update the driver/software for the Intel WiDi program on whatever PC or laptop you will be using to send content to your TV. The Sony laptop that I recently bought had an older version of the Intel WiDi software on it and after I downloaded the update for the software, which was 265MB by the way, I was able to connect to the PTV3000 via my Laptop with no problems.
Now, here is something that Netgear does not mention in the user manual. The PTV3000 works best when you have your source, laptop, PC etc..., as close to the PTV3000 as possible. I would suggest keeping your source no more than 20 feet away from the PTV3000 for best results. The second tip that I can share with you is to stand the PTV3000 end on end like a book sitting on a shelf so that the top of the unit faces the direction of your laptop/source. After much trial and error I determined that the antenna inside the PTV3000 is located on the top of the PTV3000 so by standing it end on end and pointing it towards your source you will get a much stronger signal as opposed to setting the PTV3000 flat.
One thing you will notice is that if you walk between your source and the PTV3000 that the audio will sputter and cut out briefly. This ties in with my theory that the PTV3000 likes to have a direct line of sight to your source in order to deliver the best picture with no buffering or glitches.
I had originally placed my laptop about 10 feet away from the PTV300 and after I discovered that the antenna was located in the top of the PTV3000 and stood it up end on end and pointed it towards my laptop I was actually able to have my laptop about 24 feet away and it worked perfectly.
Most of the stuff that I have shared was nowhere to be found in the manual. I learned from trial and error and hopefully this review will help those of you so that you can save some time and follow my advice so that you can be up and running in no time.
Overall the picture and sound quality that the PTV3000 delivers is excellent. The night before I received the PTV3000 I hooked up my laptop to my TV via an HDMI cable and I can honestly say that the picture and sound quality that I was able to get using the PTV3000 was the same as if I was using an HDMI cable.
If you follow my advice I feel confident that you will be pleased with the Netgear PTV3000.
Pulled the adapter out of the box and plugged the included cord into the adapter on one end and included power plug on the other. Plugged in the HDMI cord to the adapter on one end and HDMI plug on the back of my tv with the other. (If you have a really old tv without an HDMI plug this isn't going to work, but even our cheapo tv has two.) One the adapter was plugged in there was a tiny white light on the front to show it was on and working. Turned on the tv changed input to HDMI 1 and a connection screen came up.
All that was required to connect to my Kindle was to make sure Wi-Fi was on (settings/Wi-Fi) and then pull down at the top, choose Settings, choose Display and Sounds, choose Display Mirroring. When I turned on Mirroring it searched and found Push 2TV. I chose that option and it connected. Bingo, that's it!
While people seem to have compatibility issues with connecting certain other items, I have had zero issues with the Kindle HDX. It was super easy and I'm very happy. If you are unsure which Kindle you have, do be sure to check before ordering this item! It's only going to work with the HDX (3rd generation Fire). If you have the previous Fire HD (2nd generation Fire) you can't connect wirelessly, but can just use an HDMI cord to connect. The first generation Kindle Fire cannot be connected at all as far as I know. You can find which Kindle Fire you have on Amazon's website. In the upper right choose Your Account, choose Manage Your Kindle, then choose Manage Your Devices. Your Fire will be listed as Fire(1st), Fire HD(2nd) or Fire HDX(3rd).
Hope this helps!
Connected it to my PJD5133 Viewsonic projector, which has an HDMI input. The PTV3000 was stuck in 1080p mode. No matter what resolution I set my Surface 2 at, the PTV3000 would display the smaller resolution inside of the full 1080p resolution.
For example, if I was at 800x600, i would have that size square picture within a 1900x1080 projection. Very frustrating. Tech support said that there is no way to change the output of the PTV3000 if it doesn't detect the change.
The attached picture shows what should be a full screened projection, but only the smaller resolution is applied. Believe it or not, the projector is still projecting on the rest of the screen.
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But why is it more than twice the cost now?
I have the exact same model.