Airtame - Anyone tried it yet?

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Airtame - Anyone tried it yet?

Postby coldmist » Sun Jan 10, 2016 10:12 pm

http://www.amazon.com/Airtame-Wireless-HDMI-Adapter-Enterprises/dp/B00STKJB8K/

From the reviews, it seems they have the software bugs worked out (after August/September 2015), and now it seems to be working.

Install the Airtame app, and you can stream to it from Windows/Mac/iOS/Android. Some reviews say it works when Chromecast wasn't.

Isn't this what we have been looking for?

A little expensive at $160, but it's a single device, without any remotes/boxes/etc.

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Re: Airtame - Anyone tried it yet?

Postby sbradshaw » Sun Jan 10, 2016 10:55 pm

I'd never heard of it, but one downside is that it requires anyone who wants to stream to install an app on their device.
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Re: Airtame - Anyone tried it yet?

Postby coldmist » Thu Jan 14, 2016 6:17 pm

sbradshaw wrote:I'd never heard of it, but one downside is that it requires anyone who wants to stream to install an app on their device.


I'd take that over adapter cables, remote controls, etc any day! Who can't install an app?


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