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Netgear Push2TV Wirelessly Mirror Tablet Display on TV
• Netgear PTV3000
• Works with Intel® WiDi laptops and ultrabooks
• Works with Miracast™ certified Smartphone such as Sony Xperia, Samsung Galaxy S3 & S4, HTC One, Google™ Nexus 4, LG Optimus G
• Wirelessly display content in up to 1080p HD video resolution
• Flexible power option using a USB port on the TV
• Small size for easy placement and portabilityPush2TV Wireless Display Adapter enables you to mirror whatever is displayed on your Intel WiDi and Miracast supported Smartphone, tablet, or laptop screen on your HDTV, wirelessly, up to 1080p video resolution. Using standard Wi-Fi technology, your Smartphone, tablet or laptop screen is displayed on your TV without the need for cables stretching across your room. You can browse the Internet, play your favourite online videos, and enjoy a slide show of your photos wirelessly on your big screen TV, without having to connect your device to the TV using HDMI or A/V cables.
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6 of 6 Reviews
Does what I want it to!
I bought this primarily to wirlessly connect wo an HD Projector or large HD Flat screens for presentation work when training. A little fiddle to get it set up, probably me being impatient, but once Intel Widi was installed my laptop connected perfectly. Don't expect to be able to do this and stream from the internet over wireless as well, as it wont. I also manage to connect my Galaxy S4 to it as well and was well impressed, an I was able to steam YouTube videos over wireless and wirelessly connect to the TV at the same time. It wont work with all Android devices or Laptop PCs so check compatibility first. For me this does what I want and some more. I am very happy.
Not good enough
I bought this to pair with my Nexus 7. Since then I have also tried it on a Sony Xperia Z2. It fails on both. The display lags on both devices; not by a lot but enough to be noticeable and slightly annoying. It looks ok when going to a small screen of 22 inches but on a 40+ inch tv the lag and low resolution are too noticeable for enjoyable viewing. The Nexus 7 does not have a full duplex network card and cannot support streaming YouTube or Netflix to a miracast screen as it requires the wifi and the miracast at the same time for this using a shared network resource. For me it is the wifi which drops from a good 50 Mbits to just less than 1 Mbit making streaming of content impossible (miracast still working ok). For Google play movies you can download to watch on a tablet but Google detects the external monitor over miracast and will not play downloaded titles from the store so you're stuck with streaming again which as stated does not work. So the only time the device is useful is to display owned material stored on the serving device and cut the wifi out of the equation. Even with this, the performance does not stack up to a pleasurable experience for £60. My advice is go for a wired connection if you can. There is one slight exception. If you are using a small enough screen to not notice the quality issues then the wonderful BBC iPlayer app will allow downloading and playing of most BBC content even when connected by with miracast (bbc iPlayer is low quality anyway) but is this enough to justify £60? Personally I don't think so but that's your choice. For web browsing the system is barely adequate and it's useless for games. My Conclusion is that the technology is not quite there yet - maybe next year. Could also be that I have a faulty device. I tried upgrading to firmware 2.4.38 but with no significant improvement. David
excelent if you have a Miracast enabled phone/tablet
Does what it says on the can... provided your phone/tablet supports Miracast. So my Samsung S3 does with its Allshare app. My Sony Xperia S does not as sony appear to have stopped supporting these unit and have not released the latest android operating system. likewise with my wifes samsung s2.
I picked one up yesterday. It's working nicely with media stored locally on my Nexux 7 2013 tablet -- such as YouTube videos that are precached, iPlayer downloads, or pictures and videos I have taken with the tablet itself. There are occasional glitches so it's not perfect, but it is very good. Spotify and other audio streams well. There is a slight clipping at the top of the screen -- I am only seeing the bottom half of each of the notification icons.
Note that reviews elsewhere suggest an upgrade of both the firmware on the Push2TV device and the drivers for the device sending the video for best performance, with particular improvements cited from these upgrades.
brilliant piece of equipment and very easy to setup and use
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