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.
Summary: Wanted to watch GBTV (Glenn Beck TV) on our TV, not the laptop. VBeam transmits (in same room) from laptop to TV. We're using RCA cables because our TV only has one HDMI port and it's currently in use. Works for any viewing from the laptop over to the TV (YouTubes, Facebook pix, etc.
The Best Wireless HDMI Product (Only problem is No desktop Extension and 2 secs Lag)
26 August 2011
Summary: When I first bought this product, the connectivity was quite nice (In fact clear display on the TV) and i wanted to return it because of the lack of Extended Display Mode and the 2 seconds delay between the video on my laptop and the video on the TV. After i bought another similar product (Warpia HD), I found out that Veebeam is WAY BETTER than Warpia and the picture quality was much better with Veebeam. I returned Warpia the next day and kept my Veebeam HD instead.
Summary: I Purchase the Veebeam HD from Amazon and received 2 days after purchase, I can tell you it really work, The picture quality is very very good, sound is great also, if you see a movie from your computer disk and you have the ".ptr" file available (subtitle file) it will show the subtitles also that is a great feature for my wife because she like to see the Spanish subtitles, In few works VERY HAPPY with the unit, my only gripe is that it does not show the mouse pointer...
Summary: Installed quickly and easily and works great -- Win 7 laptop PC screen, video and audio wirelessly to my HD TV. Only issue: Veebeam software converts the Win 7 color scheme from Aero to Basic which limits screen resolution to 1366x768 (but that doesn't particularly bother me since my primary use is for projecting photos and PowerPoint presentations on the TV).
Summary: We've only had the Veebeam a few days, but so far it's worked perfectly. Setup was easy; the audio and video are fine. This makes it easy to broadcast from the laptop to the TV set without having to run a long cable behind the couch. Only one quibble: Although we bought the HD version, it came packaged with only an RCA-type cable for connecting the receiving unit to the TV. I scrounged up a spare HD cable, but having an HD cable included would have been nice.
Summary: I consider Veebeam HD as a good niche solution for our family: it produces a wireless connection between our notebook and our large size plasma display in our living room. We frequently have slide shows with photos and videos of our holiday travels, family occasions and other happenings. Till now it was done with a cable connection between the notebook and the display.
Summary: The product worked first time and was very easy to set up. The next day it stopped working and after that it was very intermittant. The help desk was very good but couldn't find anything wrong. In the end I decided to switch off Windows Firewall and it worked. The support desk and web site say there is no issue with Windows Firewall but ...... I downloaded ZoneAlarm (free)and have had no problems since then.
Summary: So far so good. It was easy to set up as promised. The range doesn't seem great, but as it's used in the same room as the TV, line of sight, that's not an issue. There is a known issue with Media Player files which means that any videos played in that format have a split about half way up, which is slightly irritating but perfectly watchable. Veebeam know about it and are working on a fix.
Summary: For once a product that simply works, and does what was advertised! The HD version has all the needed connections, the setup simple, and I have to admit that I was very surprised by the quality of the picture & sound. I have tried different wireless setups, media boxes, the new apple tv etc, but the quality has always been low, or the usage way too cumbersome, with switching cables, players, codecs and whatnot in order to get either music to the stereo wirelessly, or...