Now you can send your 1080P/60Hz HDMI signals wirelessly across the room - or even through walls! With a claimed supported transmission distance of up to 50m (line of sight), keep in mind that this is a theoretical maximum. From our testing we had impressive results with devices running in the 10-20m range line-of-sight, and 5-10m through a wall or two. Of course the installation environment and type of wall construction will play a role in final transmission distances and streaming quality, but if you need to transmit a HDMI signal without cables, this is definitely the way to go! The connected wireless display acts just like a second connected display with Duplicated or Extended Desktop support on relevant systems. Furthermore, the wireless receiver offers cabled HDMI and VGA connection to one or two screens at the receiver end.
A High-Bandwidth 5GHz 1080p Full HD Wireless HDMI Sender & Receiver is finally hear!
Important Note About Wireless HDMi Transmission
Straight up, we need to make clear that ANY wireless HDMI signal transmission we have seen will be inferior to a conventional cabled connection. To send a signal wirelessly the HDMI signal is compressed, and there is noticeable lag present as the signal is processed. So depending on the final set up environment (distances, obstructions etc), you may notice varying degrees of image compression, occasional jutter and some lag from the source display. For this reason, we do not recommend any wireless HDMI sender/receiver product for gaming, or applications which require low-lag displays.
Perfect for Digital Signage, Presentations, boardrooms and Remote Displays
This digital 5GHz Wireless HDMI Sender & Receiver provides wireless digital transmission of HDMI audio & video signals, up to 1080p/60Hz, over longer distances than we've seen from similar products in the past. While never a replacement for a cabled connection from an image quality stand-point, wireless HDMI technologies have come a long way in the past 5 or so years.
Operating distances through walls and solid objects is possible, with an expected range of 5-10m, depending on the number of obstacles and materials involved. And for larger rooms where a line-of-sight connection is possible, you'll be able to enjoy long transmission distances of 20m or 30m+. Just keep in mind that some other 5GHz wireless devices can play a role in your set up (including 2.4GHz cordless telephones, and in some cases Wi-Fi networks).
Finally, Fast & Easy Wireless Set-up
Setup is a cinch, as you simply need to connect the Sender unit to your source HDMI device, and connect the Wireless Receiver unit to your display (via HDMI or VGA). Finally, there's included USB cables for supplying power to both the sender and receiver unit. The USB socket on a TV or other electronic device should be fine provided it can provide at least 2A or alternatively can be used with any mobile phone charger. From there, just a press of a button on the Sender unit is all that's needed for a direct connection.
If you want to dive in a little deeper, there's also Miracast, DLNA and AirPlay connectivity options too! :-)