PC to TV A/V Streaming

January 4, 2013

Freakin' Friday! LG New Google TVs


LG will be unveiling their latest Google TV at next month's CES. The GA6400 and GA7900 series utilizes their Magic Qwerty Remote to work with Voice Search and PrimeTime quick guide. There are more goodies as well. New Home Dashboards use "cards" like folders that display apps, other content and even real-time news and weather information. The OnLive app is pre-installed for gamers and WiFi makes it easy to connect to YouTube, Android smartphones and tablets. And of course it is 3D friendly.

What that means is that the current line of LG's HDTVs, including their 47G2 47" Cinema 3D LED-LCD HDTV is marked down for those who want to save some coinage. It comes with Google TV, Six Pairs of 3D Glasses and is now available for less than $1,00.

Via Akihabara News

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December 14, 2012

Freakin' Friday! UG007 PC Dongle


Sometimes tiny is a good thing. The UG007 is a mini-PC with a Dual Core CPU and runs Android 4.1. It has 8GB internal storage that can hold up to 32GB with SD card. Hook it up to your TV via HDMI and you've got game, well apps anyway. Its Bluetooth keyboard may be small but certainly easier than most smartphone keyboards. Compatible with most file types, the dongle comes with a charger, HDMI and USB cable and is also available in white.

Via UG007 Dongle

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August 13, 2012

Skype With Logitech TV Cam HD


As computers and TVs continue to converge into one useful tool, here is further proof. If your TV is HDMI-equipped and you have either a WiFi or ethernet connection, the Logitech TV Cam HD can hook you up with other Skypers. Log into your account and make local video calls and even when the set is turned off, it will alert you to incoming calls. Landline and international mobile numbers can also be reached with a Skype subscription. Equipped with Fluid Crystal technology and Carl Zeiss optics, the cam is available for $199.99.

Via Logitech

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March 5, 2012

Simple TV To Finally Arrive


Simple TV will soon become available for those who want to watch HDTV on any connected device via USB. Stream free networks or basic cable channels to your Roku, iPad, Boxee Box or Google TV via free apps and store content for watching later. Included in the deal is a single-tuner DVR with HD, an Ethernet cable, power adapter and mini-digital antenna. Sign up now for $149.00 and a subscription charge of $4.95 per month.

Via Simple TV

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February 27, 2012

Ceton InfiniTV Media Center


The Ceton InfiniTV can turns your PC into a media center. Available in both USB and PCI models, it can replace a more costly TiVo. After installing the CableCard tuner, it's like having 4 HD tuners plugged into your computer. Not only can you still receive all of your HD and premium channels from your cable company, there is no extra monthly fee involved. The InfiniTV is compatible with every Windows 7 version except Basic.

Via TV Tuners

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February 23, 2012

Aereo NYC Cordless Broadcasting


Beginning in mid-March, New York City residents can watch network shows without a DVR, set top box or additional cables with Aereo's plan. The broadcast TV provider has connected network stations to the Interweb so you don't have to. Up to 20 sources are available on your TV, tablet, smartphone or existing box. Like any DVR, you can record shows for later viewing. The service is $12.00 monthly but the advantage is that you get glorious HD viewing without the mess.

Via Aereo

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February 3, 2012

Freakin' Friday! WarpiaTV - PC to TV


WarpiaTV streams HD 1080p from PC to TV wirelessly via plug-and-play USB. The package consists of a motion controller that with 7 functions, including mouse and keyboard with an onscreen curser. When pointed at your TV, there is a range of 50 feet, with or without wall. The StreamHD VE has a 30 ft. range for playback of digital video and access to sites like Facebook and Twitter. Even better, your PC/laptop will still function while streaming.

Via Warpia

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January 30, 2012

Tipard iPad Transfer Easily Converts Files


There is nothing worse than having to convert audio or video files when you just want to play them. The Tipard Ultimate iPad Transfer can convert and deliver them to your PC (or vice versa.) Download as a free trial for thirty days for $45.00 There is one for Mac users as well, with a price of $25.00 (no iTunes needed.)

Via Tipard

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January 17, 2012

HDMI Dongle - Ice Cream to HDTV


Always Innovating is making it possible to get Android on your TV. Plug the HDMI Dongle into yours and it runs 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, bringing the interweb to your TV. It carries a TI dual-core OMAP 4 to the big screen with WiFi, Bluetooth, 1 GB RAM and MicroSD card support. Release is set for mid 2012 and the catch? AI licenses its products rather than selling them outright.

Via Always Innovating

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September 22, 2011

Belkin ScreenCast AV 4 Switch


Belkin has released the ScreenCast AV 4 Switch that can send HDMI signals wirelessly from up to four components or home theater to a display or HDTV. With a 100 ft. range, even through walls or in cabinets, you can still get full-HD 1080p resolution, 3D video, and up to 5.1 channels of surround sound. It comes with a remote for simplified usage and will be available next month for $249.99.

Via Belkin

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April 26, 2011

McTiVia Streams From PC to TV


The new McTiVia streams content to your TV from your computer. The wireless device is compatible with both Windows PCs and Macs, and can double as a router. It connects via HDTV and HDMI sockets and up to 8 computers can hook up to the device.

Via CompuExpert

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April 1, 2011

Freakin' Friday! Marmitek Connect420 3D Linking


Clever Marmitek has come up with the Connect420, a device that can connect to and switch between 5 HD and 3D sources to your TV. Hook up to a game console, Blu-ray player, satellite receiver or other electronics. The switch has a built-in repeater and equalizer to correct signal loss and carries a MSRP of £90 (~$143.00.)

Via Marmitek

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March 9, 2011

Veebeam Brings PC to TV


The wireless Veebeam is simple to set up. Plug one end into your TV, the other into your PC's USB port and you get the same image on your HDTV (provided that your television has it.) Choose between the default Screencasting mode to share with friends and family or Video Play-To mode for streaming while you multi-task by checking your email or surfing online. There is a less expensive model for those without HDTV.

Via Veebeam

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February 2, 2011

Web Tube Brings Internet to TV


The Web Tube television to internet converter box is simply hooked up via WiFi or Ethernet. Plug it into the HDMI socket of your TV, then browse the web with an onscreen keyboard brought up by the remote. Receive 720p resolution of images or videos and utilize bookmarks for such sites as YouTube and Google Maps. The Web Tube carries a MSRP of $199.99.

Via Hammacher Schlemmer

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