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as of 10/01/2020 (Details)
The Nyrius ARIES Prime Wireless HDMI Transmitter enables you to watch what you want by streaming from your laptop or any HDMI device to your TV in razor sharp, uncompressed 1080p high definition video with absolutely no loss in picture quality - it's like an invisible HDMI cable. High Performance Digital Signal Transmits your favorite TV shows, films, music, sport, & games, through walls, ceilings, & floors (streaming line of sight results in maximum 30ft range). Unlimited Entertainment on Your Terms Now you can watch movies stored on your computer & content from services like YouTube, Netflix, or other video streaming websites, on your big screen HDTV. Revel in the independence of no longer being limited by wires, software applications, TV schedules or your cable bill. Cut the Cord for Good Wires are a disadvantage of modern electronic devices. They disrupt the style of your room, they are a potential tripping hazard, & they limit where your devices can be located. The NPCS549 removes wires from the equation, allowing you to place HDMI devices where you want them. Simple Plug & Play The ARIES Prime's convenient plug & play setup gets you watching wireless video fast. There's no software required - all you have to do is plug the transmitter & receiver directly into your device's HDMI connections & you're immediately connected. Full Compatibility with any HDMI Source & DisplayWhile optimized for use with laptops, the ARIES Prime media streaming stick wirelessly connects any HDMI device to your HDTV or projector. Unlike other streaming sticks, the Prime is true HDMI mirroring - what you see on your HDMI source is exactly what you see on your TV in real time. The powerful, high-speed digital signal won't interfere with Bluetooth, WiFi, or any other wireless network.
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