Have you ever wished it was possible to extend your PC screen to your TV or projector without a HDMI cable? Have you ever wished you could duplicate or extend your computer screen to your TV, monitor or projectors wirelessly? Then meet AirTame wireless HDMI dongle. With AirTame wireless HDMI dongle you won’t have to worry about cables like HDMI, DVI, VGA or Displayport and converters to extend or duplicate your PC screen to a TV or monitor or projector.
AirTame wireless HDMI dongle can allow you to display your PC screen to not just one but multiple screens at once. Simply plug in your AirTame wireless NDMI dongle into the HDMI port of your TV, monitor or projector and power it up via the USB cable.
Install and run the AirTame software on your PC and you can be able to see your AirTame enabled TV or monitor and start streaming to it through your PC. Multiple screens can be connected at once and you can also password protect them if needed.
With AirTame plugged into your TV you can stream movies from your favorite HD movie sites like HBO, Netflix, HULU Plus, Youtube or even saved video files on your PC to your TV, you can even make presentations on a projector with it.
The beautiful part is that you can extend your PC screen to your TV while you are still working on your PC. Let’s say you want your friends to watch a movie from your laptop on your TV while you surf your favorite social media site like Facebook, you can simply drag the windows you want to display to your TV, projector or monitor while you keep working on your computer screen.
You don’t even need an internet connection to use the AirTame’s basic functions. AirTame Wireless HDMI Dongle is compatible with Apple, Windows and Linux OS. AirTame has three settings depending on your need. If you want to play games, AirTame can focus on minimizing lag and frame rate drops. If you want to stream videos, you can set AirTame to prioritize buffering and stream quality. If you’re just sharing static images – e.g. pictures or a Powerpoint presentation, you can set AirTame to lower the stream’s frame rate and increase its bit rate instead.
The AirTame Project is a crowdfunded project, you can pledge $89 via Indiegogo and be among the first to receive an AirTame Wireless HDMI dongle when it’s finally available for the public sometime in January 2014.