Play Anything. Share Anything.
Veebeam is the easiest, most affordable way to wirelessly stream anything from your laptop to your TV. It lets you combine the amazing video and audio performance of your current HDTV with the never-ending entertainment options available on your existing laptop. It lets you share all your digital content with your family and friends.
When you’re ready to watch a movie, plug the USB antenna into your laptop and stream anything directly to your TV. It’s that simple
Starting at $99, Veebeam lets you make the most of your big HDTV and that new high capacity laptop…without breaking the bank.
Your digital media files will never look better than on your big HDTV. That’s because Veebeam outputs 1080p video.Plays Anything
If your PC can play it, Veebeam can send it on your TV. From TV shows and movies from popular sites like Hulu, Netflix, YouTube to downloaded video and personal photos.
Secure wireless USB
Why use another wire to connect your TV and PC? Declutter your home, cut the cables, and simplify your life by going wireless.
Customer Reviews of Veebeam PC-to-TV Wireless Link
NO HDMI CABLE COMES WITH THIS!12/17/2011
JUST TO BE HELPFUL IN YOUR BUYING THIS PRODUCT THERE IS NO HDMI CABLE IN THE BOX WHEN YOU BUY THIS.. IF YOU HAVE AN OLDER TV THAT USES THE RCA JACKS (THE RED WHITE AND YELLOW PLUGS) THEN YOU'LL BE FINE, IT COMES IN THE BOX (THAT DONT SOUND RIGHT, LOL).. IVE HAD MY VEEBEAM SINCE MARCH IT WORKS GREAT. YOU GO TO VEEBEAM.COM AND DOWNLOAD THE SOFTWARE AND THATS IT, EVERYTHING THAT PLAYS ON YOUR LAPTOP PLAYS ON YOUR TV, IT REALLY WORKS. HOPE THAT HELPED BECAUSE IM A BIG READER OF REVIEWS AND GO BY THEM WHEN I PULL THE TRIGGER AND MAKE A PURCHASE. FEEL FREE TO ASK ANY QUESTIONS ILL BE GLAD TO TRY AND HELP. HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL!
Veebeam choppy video9/6/2011
Using a dual core Win7 laptop with 4gigs ram- Multiple Youtube videos were choppy with FIOS internet connection. Hardwired VGA cable to TV looked much better without any hesitation or glitching. I tried HD and SD videos on youtube and had similar issues on Hulu video. Haven't tried a DVD yet.