1. PLGomez's Avatar
    I had the microhdmi to hdmi cable for my Surface 2 but I had the itch of connecting to my tv wirelessly. After seeing mixed reviews on here I wasn't too sure if I should take the plunge on the Push2TV but I did today! 63 dollars total with tax at Bestbuy. Not bad. I got home and opened the package. I connected the usb cable to my tv to power it and connected an HDMI cable to it as well. The HDMI cable is not included but the usb power cable is. I flipped the TV on, saw the main screen for the Push2TV swiped left on my Surface 2, tapped on devices, tapped on Push2TV, and then entered the security code that appeared on the TV from the Push2TV. The install was really simple! I opened up netflix, put on the paper chase and it streamed flawlessly with no distortion. I later updated the software version and tried streaming again. It works great. Just thought I'd put up my experience with this on here for those thinking about getting one.
    diego15nets and sonus like this.
    02-04-2014 07:06 PM
  2. ozzman0830's Avatar
    I have had the same exact experience! Sure does beat the Apple TV. Nothing quite like a full-blown desktop on my TV.
    PLGomez likes this.
    02-05-2014 07:17 AM

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