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Old December 22, 2011, 09:25 PM
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Question Intel WiDi or Veebeam VB002

Which one of these wireless display technologies is better?

I know that for WiDi you need a laptop that supports Intel's wireless display technology but for the Veebeam it uses a usb stick and I think you can use any video card your laptop has. But as far as performance I don't know.
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Old December 22, 2011, 10:07 PM
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Veebeam sucks ass. Its not the tech that blows...its the software. When I had one you could either A) use a 1080 capable rig and mirror it from the monitor to your TV....or b) use the software and get ZERO options on sound, subtitles or anything like that.

To be fair I havent used the V002, but unless they did a major overhaul...meh. YMMV
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Old December 23, 2011, 06:40 AM
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What about the Wicast? I sold one to a customer, worked great. Now, if one can be found is another story...
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