Galaxy Wireless HD Solution WDHI Stick Review

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Marshal Rosenthal is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer and journalist specializing in technology, consumer electronics and pop culture.

6 Comments to Galaxy Wireless HD Solution WDHI Stick Review

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  2. Hi, do you know if it works just like connecting another screen with the cable to the computer? I mean, will you be able to select between mirroring, dual display and multiple desktop extension on the Mac for example? Besides the USB transmitter, is there any other device you plug into your computer? I’m asking this because I don’t think I’ve seen USB based displays so often. Usually, they connect by VGA or HDMI port, not USB.

  3. Great review thanks for all the real world testing. Question on your cons list. You said that the stick requires USB power supply? I’d like to run an ipad or other tablet mirrored to the projector. Aside from apples hdmi adapter used to plug into the stick would I need a power source? or does the stick transmitter get powered through the ipad hdmi adapter?
    Tim Sonberg trsonber@w3ins.com

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