Summary: Could have bought many steam games with the money i wasted. Netgear should stick to making routers, because they fail at everything else.
Pros: It's very small and light. Easy to throw in trash.
Cons: This device is worthless, but I suppose it's partially my fault as well. I thought simply downloading an application or some sort of driver from the Intel website would be all I need, but it also needs hardware support. I must have downloaded a dozen different Intel WiDi apps and drivers and got ...
Summary: First off, it is a great idea with decent execution. Unfortunately, I don't think the technology is there yet. Supported devices are few and far between, and even if you get one, it can be quite difficult to make work. That being said, the device itself isn't too bad.
Pros: - Easy to update device firmware - Nice small form-factor - Low Latency* - Easy to connect to**
Cons: - Box is light and gets moved by HDMI cable - Shiny top is prone to fingerprints - About a 10 foot range
Summary: My impetus to buy this to start was the idea of broadcasting the smaller Microsoft Surface Pro or ASUS Vivotab screen to the LCD TV in the family room. Not required - just an interesting thing to experiment with. More of a technological demonstration with possible use at my job.
Pros: Works on devices explicitly indicated by documentation. No luck on getting the device to work on anything else - even devices that others have been successful with. Setup/configuration on Windows 8.1 devices is straightforward. My wife's new Dell Inspiron with Windows 8.1 - works. I could not get...