Warpia's StreamHD Value Edition Cuts The Laptop-To-HDTV Cord

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News Posted: Fri, Oct 28 2011 7:47 AM
Warpia has been helping notebook owners stream content from their portable machines to their HDTVs for some time now, but now they're doing the same while helping you save a buck. The company just revealed the StreamHD Value Edition, a lower cost version of their popular StreamHD. The StreamHD VE with HD video and stereo audio enables users to stream any content from their notebook or PC wirelessly to an HDTV in 1080p full high definition. Content such as streaming video, pictures, movies, presentations, Facebook, Twitter and other applications can be shown on your HDTV in the room without the hassle and clutter of wires while you continue to use your laptop screen to surf the web, check email, and more.

The StreamHD VE streams your video content in true 1080p (1920 x 1280) high definition. Connect the receiver base to your display via HDMI, and then attach the wireless USB adapter to your computer. The digital content on your PC or laptop will come to life on your HDTV, all wirelessly.


Whether wirelessly connected to an HDTV in the living room or a projector in a meeting room, Warpia allows users to easily and conveniently extend their PC workspace. The StreamHD VE provides users with a simple HDMI single-cable connection to their target display.

Enjoy content from your favorite video streaming sites at full resolution and turn the Internet experience into a home theater experience. You can stream content with ease to your HDTV from Hulu, Netflix, CinemaNow, YouTube, Amazon Video on Demand, and more.


The StreamHD VE has a 30-foot wireless range for streaming content between your computer and your display. Whether your computer is across the room or in the next room, as long as it's in the 30' line-of-sight, you can enjoy full 1080p playback of your digital video and audio.

It's on sale now for $129.99; not exactly an impulse buy, but no one said that streaming came cheap!
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"I really ,really like this. If this can work directly with my receiver and stream DTS-HD Master Audio, then I will put it in my Black Friday/Christmas shopping list. In the meantime, I'll be doing some googleling for more info on this product."

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omegadraco replied on Fri, Oct 28 2011 11:01 AM

Optimus I am pretty sure this is going to require some software so you are still going to need a computer to interact produce the stream.

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Optimus I am pretty sure this is going to require some software so you are still going to need a computer to interact produce the stream.

"I really meant , stream from my PC to my receiver, I see I wasn't clear.  Thanks. " 

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acarzt replied on Fri, Oct 28 2011 1:28 PM

why not just stream over your network from your desktop to say your PS3 or 360 if you have one?

I use my PS3 for streaming everything and i run PS3 media server on my desktop and it work flawlessly.

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Inspector replied on Fri, Oct 28 2011 4:52 PM

:(, i would of loved to buy one for the living room, but not for that price as of know. Would be nice to have at certain times.

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acarzt:

why not just stream over your network from your desktop to say your PS3 or 360 if you have one?

I use my PS3 for streaming everything and i run PS3 media server on my desktop and it work flawlessly.

"Yes , I have a PS 3 and a Xbox, but , I don't have any experience with home network devices and solutions. I guess I have to look it up. I have most of my music and movies files are in my PC ,so this product represent a convenience. Thanks for the tip." 

 

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