|Number Of Items||1|
|Product Dimensions||8.26 x 8.89 x 1.27 cm; 353.8 Grams|
|Item Weight||354 g|
|Item Model Number||WHD-PRO100-K|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||23 April 2019|
Wireless HDMI Transmitter & Receiver, by OREI - Extender Full HD 1080p Wirelessly Upto 100 Ft with Dongle - Perfect for Streaming, Laptops, PC, Media and More
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- Extend full HD 1080p signal up to 100 feet wirelessly. Will not transmit through walls, direct signal only. Using Channel 128 & 132 on a 5 GHz wireless band
- Connect the transmitter to an HDMI camera and the receiver to an HDMI monitor, power the transmitter with a Micro USB cable to the laptop or even a power bank.
- Support point to point wireless Connection, support: HDMI 480i 60Hz, 480p 60Hz, 576i 60Hz, 576 50Hz, 720p 50/60Hz, 1080i 50/60Hz, 1080p 50/60Hz, 20
- Plug & play setup without any software installation.
- Includes: 1 x transmitter, 1 x receiver, 1 x power adapter, 1 x user manual. 1 Year Orei Manufacturer's
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This HDMI wireless extender includes transmitter unit and receiver unit, allows to transmit and extend HDMI signal up to 50 meters long away wirelessly, it has strong anti-interference ability by running at 5GHz operation frequency, and supports point to point connection. It is really a very good solution for meeting, conference, home entertainment and multi-media education etc. Note: 1) transmission will not go through wall. Direct signal only.
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I have had zero problems of any kind when clients are present.
This DOES need a wire--to power the transmitter. It cannot be powered by a laptop (I have to plug mine into an HDMI/ USB-C adapter for my 2019 Macbook Pro. That was a little frustrating at first because I truly expected wireless (which to me mean no wires for power either). The transmitter also gets fairly hot by the end of an hour long client meeting.
For my small office, this is fine. However, I would not recommend it for home use where it could be on for hours at a time. Also, this device *could* require some occasional fiddling when turning things on and that doesn't fly with the wife.