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Warpia StreamHD Mac Edition Wireless USB PC to TV Display Adapter (Silver/Black)

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  • Wireless connectivity from MacBook or Windows based Notebook or PC to any HDTV or Projector
  • HDMI with audio & video support. Includes VGA Output for Projectors, and 3.5mm & S/PDIF audio outputs
  • Same room coverage, up to 30-Feet line of site range between PC & TV
  • Up to 2048 x 1152 resolution. HD Video up to 1080p
  • Mac OS 10.6 , 10.7, 10.8 as well as Windows 8 /Windows 7/ Vista & XP

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Product Description

Product Description

StreamHD Mac Edition - PC to TV wireless streaming in 1080p by Warpia now supports Mac OS X! The StreamHD Mac Edition Wireless PC to TV Display Adapter with HDMI, VGA, & Stereo Audio allows users to watch and share any notebook or PC content (such as pictures, movies and presentations) and any Internet content on their HDTV, projector, or monitor without cable limitations and in up to stunning 1080p HD. Newly designed with MacOS X support as well the traditional support of Windows based Operating systems, the StreamHD Mac Edition is a perfect solution for homes and businesses with both Mac and Windows based PC's. The PC Adapter connects to a USB port available in all notebooks & PC’s, and the Audio/Video Adapter connects to an HDMI port available in HDTVs or a VGA port available in Projectors. Stereo audio is supported via the HDMI port (along with the video) or via a separate 3.5mm audio jack. Use the S/PDIF output to send audio to a Home Theatre stereo system for a stunning wireless audio/video experience. The StreamHD Mac Edition Wireless Display Adapter set provides full room coverage, is easy to set up and use, and is an ideal solution for home and office users alike. By supporting both Mac and Windows based operating systems, it is the most flexible streaming device in the market today.

From the Manufacturer

Warpia
The Warpia StreamHD for Mac
Stream wirelessly in full 1080p from your notebook or PC to any HDTV or monitor

The Warpia StreamHD for Mac
Enjoy content from your favorite video streaming sites at full resolution

The Warpia StreamHD Mac Edition with HD video and digital audio enables users to stream any content from either their Mac OSx laptop or Windows based PC wirelessly to an HDTV or Projector in 1080p high definition. Content such as streaming video, pictures, movies, presentations, Facebook, Twitter and other applications can be shown on your HDTV in the room without the hassle and clutter of wires while you continue to use your laptop screen to surf the web, check email, and more. Two screens at once. Warpia extends your world wirelessly.

Streaming True 1080p Resolution

The StreamHD Mac Edition streams your video content in true 1080p HD (up to 2048 x 1152). Connect the receiver base to your display via HDMI or VGA, then attach the wireless adapter to your computer's USB Port. The digital content on your PC or laptop will come to life on your HDTV or projector, all wirelessly. If you have a home theater system with optical inputs, you can also enjoy stereo sound and get a truly wireless home cinema experience. (Note: Blu-ray playback from PC is not supported.)

The Warpia StreamHD for Mac
Featuring HDMI and VGA connectors, SPIDF (digital audio) 3.5mm audio as well as a wireless USB input/output. View larger

Warpia StreamHD Mac Edition
Featuring HDMI and VGA connectors, SPIDF (digital audio) 3.5mm audio as well as a wireless USB input/output. View larger
Extend Your Entertainment Space

Whether wirelessly connected to an HDTV in the living room or a projector in a meeting room, Warpia allows users to easily and conveniently extend their Mac or PC workspace. Providing both HDMI, common in HDTVs and increasingly available in PC monitors, as well as VGA outputs, Warpia provides users with a simple, single-cable connection to their target display. The included 3.5mm stereo audio jack enables users to stream stereo audio to virtually any speaker system, or the audio can be streamed through the HDMI output. A SPIDF output allows you to enjoy digital stereo sound.

Enjoy content from your favorite video streaming sites at full resolution: Hulu, Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Video on Demand, and more, all on your HDTV. Turn the Internet experience into a home theater experience.

30' Wireless Range

The Warpia StreamHD Mac Edition has a 30-foot, line-of-sight wireless range for streaming content between your computer and your display. So even if your computer is across the room, or even in the next room in line-of-sight, you can enjoy full 1080p playback of your digital video and audio.

Extend and Mirror Modes

In addition to using your HDTV as a target display for your laptop or PC content, you can also use the StreamHD in "mirror mode", allowing your HDTV to mirror the same desktop screen as your laptop or PC simultaneously.

Always-Available Tech Support

Customers can buy with the assurance that Warpia's Tech Support Team is available to help if any issues may arise. Quick turnaround support enables users to instantly tap into Warpia's expertise, which will allow for optimal performance.

What's in the Box:

Warpia StreamHD Wireless USB Adapter for Mac and PC, video base with HDMI and VGA video outputs, SPDIF and 3.5mm audio connectors and a wireless USB input/output connection, power supply unit, Quick Start Guide, installation and documentation CD.

Minimum System Requirements
  • Mac or Windows-based PC with an available USB 2.0 Port
  • Operating System: Mac OSx 10.6, 10.7, 10.8 or Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8
  • CPU & Memory Requirements:
    • For full screen video streaming up to 1080p: Intel Core2 Duo 2.2Ghz with 2GB of Memory
    • For Internet browsing, pictures, office use, etc: Intel Core Solo 1.6Ghz with 1GB of Memory
Not Supported
  • Software: Windows Vista Starter Edition/Windows 7 Starter Edition/Windows RT
  • iPads/iPhones
  • Tablets/PCs with ARM, Motorola, or Intel ATOM Processors
  • 3D games and applications

Which Warpia StreamHD is Right For You?

StreamHD StreamHD Mac Edition
StreamHD SWP120A StreamHD SWP130A
Wireless Protocol USB UWB Radio USB UWB Radio
Wireless Range 30ft
(line of site)
30ft
(line of site)
Wireless Video Up to 1080p Video
(2048 x 1152 SXGA+)
Up to 1080p Video
(2048 x 1152 SXGA+)
Color Depth 32-bit 32-bit
Wireless Stereo Audio Yes Yes
Wireless USB Port Yes Yes
HDMI Connection Yes Yes
VGA Connection Yes Yes
Optical SPDIF Connection Yes Yes
3.5mm Audio Connection Yes Yes
Compatibility Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 Mac OS X
Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8

Product Information

Technical Details

Brand Name Warpia
Item Weight 1.5 pounds
Product Dimensions 9 x 7 x 2.2 inches
Item model number StreamHD Mac Edition
Color Name Silver / black

Technical Specification

Additional Information

ASIN B00A16VITA
Customer Reviews
3.3 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #127,649 in Home Theater (See top 100)
#24 in Software > Video > Compositing & Effects
Shipping Weight 1.1 pounds
Date First Available November 3, 2012

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By H. Satterfield on June 19, 2013
Yes, corny as the review title is, I mean it. As Director of IT for a business, I was tasked with finding a solution to present laptop content on our nice new TVs. Problem is there are a multitude of solutions, varying in price and quality. I tested three: Barco, WIPS, and Warpia. I looked at the Netgear Push2TV, but discounted it as it only works with specific network protocols.

Barco is the standout here. One-click dongles that allow for 4 laptops to display simultaneously. Very slick and nice looking. Connect the wireless device to the TV. Plug a USB dongle into laptop/MAC, do a quick (and I do mean quick) install of the software... voila. Click the button on the dongle... your laptop displays. Issue was cost: ~$4,000 per unit (includes 4 dongles). But Barco gets the nod for best-looking and easiest to use.

WIPS costs ~$1,000. You connect the wireless router device to your TV; it broadcasts its own wireless SSID. Connect a laptop to that SSID, enter the code displaying on the TV screen... voila. Your laptop displays. Issue here is once connected to that wireless, you can't browse the Internet. There are work arounds, like a network cable to the network, etc., but wasn't the whole point to connect without cables? But WIPS gets a nod for ease-of-use and much lower cost.

Then there's Warpia. You connect the wireless router device to your TV. You install sofware on the laptop (Mac or PC); reboot the laptop. Plug the USB antenna device into the laptop, wait for the drivers to install. Click on the Warpia desktop icon to connect... Voila. Your laptop displays. (You might need to reboot a second time.) A bit more work up front, but then the kicker is the ~$150 price tag.
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Wanted a device to use in our conference room that would stream presentations and the internet to our TV on the wall without having to use wires. This device from Warpia said it works on both PC & Mac and we have both in the office so we gave it a shot. Product was easy to install. The included CD had the Mac drivers. The PC drivers were not on the CD so I contacted Warpia Tech support via email and they came back quickly to let me know I had to download from their Website. Not a big deal but wish they said that in the instructions....
Streaming video was very simple. Just plug the transmitter into your USB Port and the TV came up as a second monitor. Works well and now no more unsightly wires running down the conference table and up the wall to the TV!
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Easy setup; no problems integrating with MAC. Only problem I had was re-enabling connection before next use. I unplug the adapter so the computer will recognize it. Great to watch sports on the big tv instead of huddled around computer. The picture quality drops off.
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Very pleased with this item. Great for the conference room! Works seamlessly with Macs and PC's. just download the driver and you are all set.
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It's a dealbreaker when a customer comes to your office wanting to present something on your projector and they have to install drivers to do it, especially since they often don't have permission to install new devices on their machines.

Probably fine at home or something, but no good in an office.
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I purchased this item after it was recommended by a friend who has the PC version.

I got the item quickly in the mail after ordering it.

I installed it according to the instructions but the hardware was not functioning properly. I wrote a detailed email to Warpia customer support and after the weekend I got a response saying the item was defective and to mail it back.

I spent $10 to mail it back with insurance and got a replacement in about 10 days. My replacement functions the same way as the first item.

I wish I never purchased this item.
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I was never able to get it to work with my MacBook Pro wirelessly. It did work when using an HDMI cable but that defeated my purpose. I returned the product and concede that user error could have been a problem but I so t think so. I'm pretty good at following directions.
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I have purchased several Warpia devices over the years. I had one dongle go bad, and after finally getting someone from support to contact me, I was told that they did not support that dongle anymore and they gave me a small credit to buy a new device. Then I found out that the drivers for the old devices and the new ones were not compatible and I had to replace all of my old ones so that our users could access all of our projectors. Also, most users had to go to extraordinary steps to remove the old drivers before the new ones would work. Now I have a bad power transformer under warranty and it has been 72 hours since I followed the online instructions to get support with no response. They purposefully hide their phone numbers and are not even listed in the white pages for their US office in San Jose. If you were considering a purchase and decided not to based on poor reviews, send an email to sales@warpia.com and let them know.
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