Summary: This unit was in like new condition with all cables and documents. Delivery was quick and the price, unbeatable. Head to head, the Mainstage outperformed NeoTV Max. Connects easily and maintains the connection with no hesitation or artifacts. Intel WIDI does require more development work, however when it works the performance is tremendous.
Summary: Like others, I read the reviews before my purchase. I was a little nervous, but bought it. Glad I did though. I have been using this D-link for over a year now and it still works! I've never had any serious problems, and it connects when I need it to. I think I may have had to reset it once, but it worked after. Every once and a blue moon there might be a green glitch run through the screen, but that rarely rarely happens and only lasts a split second.
Summary: I purchased this product, tried to connect it in Israel with a 110V to 220V generic adapter, which works well with all other products, but unfortunately this product repeatedly reset itself and was worthless. I tried to contact D-Link support but I did not get clear directions on how to return this product and it was difficult to do outside the states anyway, so I ended shipping it to someone that lives at the states, hoping that it would work for him.
Summary: Nightmare installing all the drivers. Make sure you install the My Wifi in the Proset wireless software from intel. Once you get it working, there is no lag at all, great for movies. Much better than using my ps3 with WiDi.
Summary: This is a very good concept, but this thing is much to laggy to be useful. The other problem with this device is that it doesn't display everything you see on your laptop screen. Some of the icons are missing for example. Great idea, but not recommended until technology improves.
Summary: My D-Link MainStage TV Adapter for Intel WiDi works; however, it could be easier to hook up and connect. I have to remember to turn off my firewall everytime I hook it up; that has been the only hangup.