Stream Anything to Your TV in 1080p with Veebeam


This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of VeeBeam for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.


In addition to the normal cable boxes, antennas, and DVD players, there are a multitude of devices that promise to deliver content to your television.  But there’s a big problem with all these devices – they each have a limited set of programming they can provide.  You’ll probably find yourself needing a variety of little black boxes if you want to watch content from a wide variety of service providers, like Netflix, Hulu, iTunes, and ESPN360, or display a variety of multimedia file types. Veebeam can save you from the clutter and expense of hooking all these boxes to your TV.  With a single Veebeam, you can display anything on your television that you can display on your laptop – and you can reap 20% savings by purchasing Veebeam now with the 20OFF code.  Share movies, photos, PowerPoint presentations, and the like in 1080p HD with your friends.  Read on to learn how Veebeam can simplify your digital life. 

Veebeam works well with laptops; you’ll need one with a 2.2 GHz or greater Intel Core 2 Duo or Intel i3, i5, and i7 CPU.  It works with Windows XP, Vista, and 7 and with Mac OS X (10.5 and 10.6).  There’s a Veebeam for HD TV that produces full 1080p resolution.  (There’s also an SD model if you don’t have HDTV.)  You’ll hook the Veebeam receiver to your TV, and there’s a USB antenna you’ll connect to your laptop when you need it.

Veebeam uses Wireless USB to create a secure, cable-free point-to-point connection between your TV and laptop.  Wireless USB is better than traditional WiFi because it offers more bandwidth and security, and it has less interference over short distances.  You will need to keep the laptop in the same room with the TV.

Absolutely anything that you can display on your laptop can be displayed on your TV screen with the Streaming Mode.  This mode works best for displaying content from a website.  If you have media files on your hard drive, use the Video Play-To mode to serve the files to your TV while you surf or read emails on your laptop.  In both cases, you’ll use the laptop’s keyboard and mouse to control playback.

Veebeam is available in an HD model with both 480i – NTSC/PAL and 1080p – HDMI output through composite A/V, HDMI, and digital audio/TOSLink connections.  There’s also an SD model with 480i – NTSC/PAL/SECAM output through a composite A/V connection.  Each model is available in US, Canada, UK, and Euro versions.  Veebeam is available on their website; the SD model is $99.00 and the HD is $149.00 – and don’t forget that 20% savings code.

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