Veebeam HD

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Rich
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Aron Schatz
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February 28, 2011
Manufacturer
Veebeam
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Veebeam HD
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Veebeam HD
New HDTVs with the capability to stream selected Internet content are becoming standard. Many of us that purchased HDTVs in the past aren't so fortunate to have this capability. Should we have to buy a new HDTV to enjoy the full 1080p HD glory of streaming Internet content? Veebeam doesn't think so.

Page 1: Introduction, About Veebeam, Packaging

Introduction

The Veebeam HD exists in a growing market of devices that can get digital and Internet content to your HDTV. This is especially important for people that bought their HDTVs before they came with Internet capabilities built in. The Veebeam’s most attractive feature is that it pushes full 1080p quality video wirelessly from your computer to your HDTV. With that capability, we couldn’t wait to get our hands on it.

About Veebeam

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Veebeam is the easiest, most affordable, way to wirelessly stream anything from your laptop to your TV. It makes it possible to easily share the best of the Internet with the whole family from the comfort of your living room.
The company operated in a stealth mode for over two years as it systematically honed every facet of the product to ensure it met consumer expectations.
The Veebeam team includes an impressive group of veterans with experience bringing to market a wide array of consumer hardware, mobile phones, Bluetooth and WiFi products. The team has a track record of building successful products and services at such companies as Virata, Texas Instruments, SiGe, IBM, Best Buy, Logitech, VUDU, and AOL.
Veebeam is a privately held, venture-backed, corporation created by the 2008 merger of Staccato Communications (San Diego, CA) and Artimi (Cambridge, UK). It maintains offices in Burlingame (CA), Cambridge (UK), and Bangalore (IN).

http://www.veebeam.com/pages/Company.html


Packaging

The Veebeam HD arrived in a very plain cardboard box. The company logo appears in a few spots, but there’s no product info to be found. It's contents would be a mystery if we didn't know any better. This is understandable since the product can only be purchased online and is not currently found in stores.

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