This is a good product that does what it advertises
22 October 2014
Summary: This is a good product that does what it advertises. We use it in my office for presentations from our laptops to a large screen TV. It is easy to setup and use. The response is not instant, there is a very slight lag when dragging the mouse but for presentations it is fine. I would not game with this.
Summary: The device is very clunky. When it was connected using the desktop share there was a 2-3 second delay before the TV would respond. The picture clarity was great but the overall experience was less than desired. Also if you just happen to have someone walk in front of the laptop and block the line of site to the device the system looses connectivity and takes a while to sync back up. We are returning the item for something else.
Summary: I purchased this for our company and everyone at the office hates this thing. It never connects right, does weird things, freezes all the time and all and all a freaking waste of time and money. Just use your HDMI cable and save yourselves ton of money. Forget about the 3D support and everything else they advertize, I will be happy if is shows people's desktop so we can get our work done.
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.
Installs resource consuming files on start-up, even if not using product.
24 May 2012
Summary: I did not purchase this device. My brother owns it and I downloaded the software from the Veebeam site so I could use it on my machine too. Those few times I've borrowed the device and used it on my machine it worked. But that's only once or twice a month. Here is my review: First, there it is very difficult to contact customer service for this product. It took a ten minute Google search to find a form to use, to contact product support.