Summary: Despite the bad reviews I took a chance, didn't roll the dice very good with this one. I ordered this for the VP of the company I work for and he wanted his computer up on his t.v. Exact measurement from t.v. to computer that is mounted on the wall was 15.6" and a direct line of site. Connection was able to make the connection but not hold it, so would black screen in and out.
Summary: I was excited that this adapter had such broad compatibility, but that comes at a real cost. The delay is sooooo slow that for any kind of interaction (i.e., move the mouse and click a button), it's unusable. Probably a a full second or more of delay between when you move the mouse and when it shows up on the screen. Even before you get to that point, though, there are headaches. Quick start guide in the box so you know how to get going? Nope. CD with drivers? Nope.
Summary: We attached the VEEBEAM HD to a television and tried it with several different functions which we thought would most commonly be used with a device like this. Set up was simple and can be done pretty much instruction free. The unit itself is small and could be transported easily. Once everything was connected, we had the computer placed anywhere from 5 to 10 feet away but could not leave the room with the receiver in it without loss of signal.
Summary: When I came across, and researched the Veebeam, it seemed like the perfect answer to connect my MacBook Pro laptop to the big-screen in the living room. As it turns out, it's not capable of sending an adequate signal from my recliner to a point 16 feet away. I have a 20' video cable that works just fine but I was trying to eliminate that extra connection. Until Veebeam can come up with a solution that works reliably beyond 20', I recommend you save your money.
Summary: This product didn't function at all like expected or advertised. The range was less than 10 feet, connecting was intermittent (if it connected at all). When it would function, it would lose connection after 2-3 minutes. You might say this was a defective unit, but I bought two of them and both functioned the same way. Very disappointed.
Summary: Works. Disapoints. lag, no range. should cost around $20. can not even out range a cable making it totally useless dont buy it. buy an HDMI cable or a VGA for your TV this thing is a joke. I got it on Woot for $70 and i still feel riped off.
Product Failure, Extremely Poor Customer Service, Warranty Not Supported
Small Business Owner, Amazon
13 December 2011
Summary: I do not recommend purchasing this item as the performance is unreliable as is the customer service and warranty. 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.
Summary: the product seems to work well with MAC but It failed on Wondows XP and Wondows 7 Professional laptops. One is Lenevo X201 & the other one is DELL Latitude E6400. We tried to updated the laptops via windows update and device driver thru lenevo & dell and also Intel but failed to get it to work. Please note that both laptops passed compatibility test on veebeam website but apparently that means nothing.
Summary: I noticed that a few reviews mentioned a delay on the device which i tacked up to bad hardware or customers. But after trying it myself, it is really bad. This is a known problem with the device and is listed on there website under known issues with no work around. They have a mirror mode in there software. but i'm really not sure why. it is literally impossible to actually use it with the mouse browsing or anything else.
Summary: This product is so good. You can show all information from your computer in a normal television. But, if you plug the sound in your computer and play a movie, the perfect image and the computer sound not stay sincronized. I recommend.