HP Wireless TV Connect
Released October, 2010
The Pros:Less than 1ms latency/Good for gaming. A very convenient method for getting your laptop connected to the TV. No extra software to install.
The Cons:Is pretty ugly when connected to your laptop. Both transmitter and receiver are quite bulky. Wont work on a brand other than HP without an adapter. Its VERY hard to find an adapter with male/male ends. Works with Panasonic Smart TV, wont work with a DELL laptop that does not have HMDI port.
The HP Wireless TV Connect is a small wireless streaming device that connects to your laptop or computer via HDMI and USB. Using the USB for power and the HDMI for streaming media such as Blu-Ray movies, videos and pictures, the unit will wirelessly transmit to a compatible TV in 1080p HD resolution with no time lag.
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Announced in September 2010 for release the following month, it comes with a receiving device that connects to your TV, which will allow streaming of 1080p at 60Hz with support for higher than 1600 X 1200 resolution, and, up to 8PCM audio channels including S/PDIF DTS, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, and AC-3 (5.1 channel), all of which are HDCP 1.0 compliant. Although the company is tight lipped at the moment about the insides of the Wireless TV Connect, the FCC database has updated their list showing this streamer and the receiver as two registered devices operating in the 4.9THz to 5.9GHz unlicensed band. Desktop stand and clips for attaching to the back of a laptop screen are included.
- USB powered
- HDMI streaming
- Plays Blu-Ray video, video and photos
- Receiving device included
- 1080p HD
- Matching receiver also available
- Desktop stand and laptop clips
- Less than 1 millisecond latency
User Reviews (3)
Less than 1ms latency/Good for gaming
A very convenient method for getting your laptop connected to the TV
No extra software to install
It works great if you have a laptop if both laptop/TV have HMDI imports. I had really liked how it worked with my Panasonic Smart TV. Easy to install and use....see Cons
Is pretty ugly when connected to your laptop
Both transmitter and receiver are quite bulky
Wont work on a brand other than HP without an adapter. Its VERY hard to find an adapter with male/male ends. Works with Panasonic Smart TV, wont work with a DELL laptop that does not have HMDI port.
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