Stream Content From Your PC To Your Best Home Theater HDTV Or Projector

With Warpia’s StreamHD wireless PC to TV display adapter you can stream content from your PC to your best home theater HDTV or projector in 1080p. Sharing content from your laptop to your HDTV or projector can be a fun way to view your photos and movies that are stored in various file formats as well as using your audio system for awesome sound depending on your sound system.

The StreamHD consists of two parts: a transmitter and a receiver. The receiver is about the size of a small ornament and sits easily on a bookshelf. It has an HDMI socket for connecting to a TV, a 3.5mm audio jack and an S/PDIF output for 5.1 surround sound. The transmitter is an L-shaped USB stick that plugs into a computer and can be rotated to face the receiver.

The StreamHD only works when the transmitter and receiver are more-or-less in the line-of-sight. This is one feature that separates this technology from some Wireless Home Digital Interface (WHDI) media streaming devices that can beam signals through walls. Solid objects will block the StreamHD’s signal, so you can’t put the transmitter in the bedroom and pick up a signal on your notebook in the washroom.

There are many occasions when I come accross a web site, YouTube video or even some video clips that I had taken on a trip that I have on my laptop and would like to share with my family or friends on my best home theater HDTV or projector . This is in my opinion a great low cost way of accomplishing this without other complicated methods.

We would love to hear your comments if you own the Warpia StreamHD wireless PC to TV display adapter and your opinions of it.

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