Posted Wed Sep 15, 2010 at 09:00 AM PDT by Dick Ward
Veebeam's $99 streaming solution is cheap and simple.
The press release for the Veebeam is a bit confusing. It calls the device a media player, but that's not really what it is. The Veebeam is a simple way to send video and audio signals from your laptop to your television without the need for wires.
It's simple enough to use – plug the antenna into your PC or laptop and plug the receiver into your TV. From there, your TV will see everything your laptop sees. There are two modes for streaming, one which promises higher video quality and the other which presumably eliminates any delay so websites can be browed without issue.
You'll get video up to 1080p with Veebeam, and thanks to the wireless USB connection, you won't have to worry at all about WiFi hookups or interference.
You can pick up the Veebeam now through the company itself at a price of $99.
Source: PR Newswire
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