Wirelessly Stream Your Laptop to Your TV in  HD -£49.89 delivered  @ Dealtastic RRP 99.99 but unsure how true
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Wirelessly Stream Your Laptop to Your TV in HD -£49.89 delivered @ Dealtastic RRP 99.99 but unsure how true

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Found 23rd Nov 2011
p&p £1.99
lets hope a little hotter on my second post


This Quicklink TV kit will allow you to take virtually any content from your Laptop, Netbook* or Desktop PC and play it on your TV screen or projector within the room you are in wirelessly! It’s really easy to set-up and ideal for viewing your favourite films & TV programmes from web sites such as Veetle.com, BBC iPlayer and most Internet TV websites. Great for kids to play online games and for family and friends to view photos, plus you can even have video calls on SKYPE - all on your TV within the room you are in!

The really smart thing about Quicklink TV is multi-tasking. Whilst streaming content to your TV you can also continue using your Laptop, Netbook* or Desktop PC as normal for work or leisure including the Internet - both at the same time! Quicklink TV is easy to use, simply plug one USB into either your Laptop, Netbook* or Desktop PC and the other into the base unit that connects to your TV via the FREE HDMI cable (with full video and audio support) supplied or VGA cable (not supplied)

7 Comments

All you really need is a PS3 really and PS3 media server, still its a good deal if you dont have one, heat added.

jkd

All you really need is a PS3 really and PS3 media server, still its a … All you really need is a PS3 really and PS3 media server, still its a good deal if you dont have one, heat added.



Yeah.... and how much does a PS3 cost?

whatsThePoint

why not just use widi if you have a laptop with a new intel processor



What if you don't have said laptop?

I would never buy from Dealtastic again. This might be a great deal and item; but just not worth the risk in my view.

whatsThePoint

use a hmdi lead until widi takes off rather than buying this and watching … use a hmdi lead until widi takes off rather than buying this and watching it quickly become obsolete



Okay, so it's pretty much the same sort of idea - but I don't see what it has to do with this deal:

A) WiDi is more expensive
B) Using a cable negates the whole point of the exercise (i.e. wireless)
C) So what if it's obsolete? So long as it works what does it matter?

I have a desktop here that I'd love to stream stuff to the TV... but I want to do it as cheaply as possible; WiDi won't be the cheapest way to do it (If I even can due to hardware). This lets me do it.

Or am I totally missing something here?
oO

Cheaper at Amazon @ £39.13

amazon.co.uk/pro…tar

Also some negative reviews

hdmi cable - media box for anything else. Nice idea if it could handle 1080p files

When I was working at Maplin we had a similar looking device in the same price bracket. Resolution was 1080x720. Worth checking the specs.
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