Veebeam PC-to-TV Wireless Link - VB002-US VB002US
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Veebeam says that their product is good for viewing streaming video with, and it is in a limited sense. I had my veebeam hooked up via hdmi to my tv, and was streaming from a windows 7 laptop about 10 feet away from the tv (you really need to be in the same room for the veebeam to work).
I found that there was a 1 second delay between what was on the laptop and what was on the tv screen. So if you were hoping to use the veebeam as a wireless second monitor you can forget that.
The image quality was a bit choppy as well unless you use the veebeam player, their free media player. When using this I had good quality video and good quality audio streaming from my computer to my tv - but you can't queue up netflix or other such services with this. It would have to be either media on your computer or dvds/blu-ray discs in your disc drive.
The biggest use of the veebeam would if you want to use it for Hulu, or Netflix, or a similar service, but the diminished quality unless using their player limits that use.
Perhaps even more limiting is the fact that you really need the computer in the same room as your tv to make use of the device. Considering that with most modern devices you can hook up your computer to your tv via hdmi or some other cabled solution and get better quality, the only use for veebeam would if you have a desktop in the same room as your tv and don't want to bother running long cables everywhere, or you have an older tv or older computer where you can't make the appropriate connection.
Even if you are in one of the above situations I am still doubtful that the veebeam is worth $150.Read more ›
This item was purchased three times from Amazon. We were using it to display a computer monitor on a wall mount television for our monthly training class. The first unit worked properly for two months and met our expectations. It then had problems with the display resolutions and the settings function became unresponsive.
In contacting customer service we discovered that the company is UK based and they provide customer support based on their business hours which are not necessarily convenient for US customers. After email correspondence with Veebeam we then discovered that they do not honor their printed 1-year warranty.
I was told that I must return the item through Amazon and repurchase it. Amazon was kind enough to issue a return even though the unit was outside their return window.
We then received our replacement unit which had the same problem with the firmware being corrupted which Veebeam said must have happened in shipping. I again scheduled an Amazon return (Thank you, Amazon, for your excellent customer service.)
When I received the third unit which again had corrupted firmware out of the box I was told by Veebeam that my environment was somehow corrupting the firmware and there was nothing that the company could do.
Per Veebeam -
"Since Veebeam is fulfilled by Amazon, and we have no US office (we are only based in the UK), Amazon operate our returns/warranty policy which is a 30 day returns policy and a 1 year warranty period."
Amazon indicated that there is no warranty or anything beyond the regular return policy for this item.
Per Veebeam -
Online Chat is "available Monday to Friday, 4am to 12 noon, Eastern Time."
Despite trying on various days and times I have always received the message that a support representative is not available.
For me and my family, who does not subscribe to Cable or Satellite TV, mainly because we watch very select shows (due to lack of time)and some of them are available on the free to air channels, and I'm are pretty net savvy (at least I would like to think so), so why spend hundreds of dollars every month on a TV subscription which would have less than 20% utilization?
The other shows we watch are available online (HULU, Netflix, Clicker, VUDU, Playstation Store, Amazon Video etc), and most of the above mentioned websites are taken care of with my PS3 and ROKU. The only problem was HULU plus web only episodes and clicker, and for that we have to hook up the laptop to the TV, I used wires to do that, HDMI or SVGA, worked fine with no problems except for the fact my 18 month old son loved to pull wires and play with it, and hence we had to put a child gate around the TV and can't leave the wires connected to the TV.
I have a 67 inch Samsung DLP television (the next biggest model of the one in this link)Samsung HL61A750 61-Inch 1080p LED Powered DLP HDTV,the picture quality of which I love, and 2 other 55" and 50" Samsung LCD TV's as well! I bought the VEEBEAM intending to connect this to either one of the above mentioned TV's, and stream shows wirelessly from the PC to TV, I read the reviews which warned me against it but still decided to give this a try, my optimism turned out to be foolish!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Do not buy. Company is no more. There is no longer a Veebeam.com. You cannot get online help.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Four stars because first one didn't work. I talked to tech online several times and he was very helpful. After doing several fixes, we concluded the first one was a lemon. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
Worked perfectly as described. Easy simple installation and set upPublished 11 months ago by Raymond G.
Don't waste you time, you'll spend more time trying to keep it connected than using it. The Player constantly looses connection to the usb receiver, that is when you can get it... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jiggs
I read several negative reviews on this product getting poor signal. I kept that in mind and purchased an extension HDMI cable. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Skip
It's ok. There is a definite lag that can be a little annoying.Published 15 months ago by Amazon Customer