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  1. cheadlender's Avatar
    I'm looking on Amazon and see Netgear PTV3000 Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter is 55.90. UK Pound (pound sign doesn't work on here for some reason).

    Does anyone suggest anything else, or anything cheaper?

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    11-11-13 06:08 PM
  2. chevpower394's Avatar
    ?$��??��??? just press and hold the $ button

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    11-11-13 06:13 PM
  3. chevpower394's Avatar
    ?$��??��??? just press and hold the $ button

    Posted Via CB10 - Q10SQN100-1/10.2.0.1791
    Except in CB10 haha

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    11-11-13 06:14 PM
  4. SEAWARRIOR's Avatar
    11-11-13 06:14 PM
  5. bluetroll's Avatar
    11-11-13 06:16 PM
  6. bluetroll's Avatar
    The thing about the Chromecast is that is needs a wi-fi network to connect to in order to work.

    Miracast uses wi-fi direct.

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    11-11-13 06:18 PM
  7. cheadlender's Avatar
    I have a TV which doesn't have wifi, but have broadband. What else will I need to connect, if anything?

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    11-11-13 06:20 PM
  8. bluetroll's Avatar
    you shouldn't need anything else.

    just a hdmi input on your tv.
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    11-11-13 06:34 PM
  9. Morten's Avatar
    I'm looking on Amazon and see Netgear PTV3000 Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter is 55.90. UK Pound (pound sign doesn't work on here for some reason).

    Does anyone suggest anything else, or anything cheaper?

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    The P2TV 3000 works great with Q10 and Z30, but it does have one minor 'flaw' IMHO. It does require a Windows laptop, or a windows desktop with wifi card, in order to update the firmware on the P2TV. Windows via bootcamp on macbook also works.

    Besides from that, the unit is tiny and does exactly what it say it should, no fuzz, perfect if you like me have to carry it around.

    If stationary home, you might want a more fancy unit supporting more things- like streaming from internet/pc/nas in addition to Miracast.
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    11-11-13 06:52 PM
  10. dusdal's Avatar
    Having just bought a ptv2000 be absolutely sure that you have a computer that is compatible with their software.

    You are SOL if you don't.

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    11-11-13 07:17 PM
  11. Morten's Avatar
    A good unit for home use, with DLNA, Wifi Direct, Miracast + Netflix and Youtube streaming - have a look at Panasonic DMP-MST60. We use the unit home and it does a brilliant job. And since it supports DLNA it can also be used as 'PlayOn' target for your devices, and not only Miracast. Can also streat directly from DLNA enabled NAS devices such as MyBook Live
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    11-11-13 07:28 PM
  12. dusdal's Avatar
    Does this Panasonic unit require PC software?

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    11-11-13 08:00 PM
  13. Morten's Avatar
    Does this Panasonic unit require PC software?

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    No.
    11-11-13 08:14 PM
  14. dusdal's Avatar
    Ah, I see it has a remote as an interface. Perfect.

    Also the 60 is in Stock at Future Shop. Going to try this out now.

    Cheers.

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    11-11-13 08:22 PM
  15. maxb1ack's Avatar
    whats the top crackberry pick I wonder?

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    11-11-13 08:35 PM
  16. twstd.reality's Avatar
    A good unit for home use, with DLNA, Wifi Direct, Miracast + Netflix and Youtube streaming - have a look at Panasonic DMP-MST60. We use the unit home and it does a brilliant job. And since it supports DLNA it can also be used as 'PlayOn' target for your devices, and not only Miracast. Can also streat directly from DLNA enabled NAS devices such as MyBook Live
    What devices have you tried this on? I wanna pick one up possibly for my z10.

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    11-11-13 08:53 PM
  17. canuckvoip's Avatar
    What devices have you tried this on? I wanna pick one up possibly for my z10.

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    Just be aware that Z10 has no Miracast, just DLNA (which works well)
    11-11-13 09:18 PM
  18. dusdal's Avatar
    Okay, just got the Panasonic DMP-MST60 from future shop for 79.99.

    Comes with a remote, very easy setup, no PC required. Miracast mirroring and Play-On are very close to in unison from my Z30.

    Do NOT get the Netgear streamer unless you have confirmed your PC or Laptop is compatible.

    Thanks
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    11-12-13 05:23 PM
  19. cheadlender's Avatar
    Okay, just got the Panasonic DMP-MST60 from future shop for 79.99.

    Comes with a remote, very easy setup, no PC required. Miracast mirroring and Play-On are very close to in unison from my Z30.

    Do NOT get the Netgear streamer unless you have confirmed your PC or Laptop is compatible.

    Thanks
    On Amazon, I see there are two different models. The one you mention and also DMP-MS10EB-K. Would this work?

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    11-12-13 05:39 PM
  20. dusdal's Avatar
    No idea unfortunately. Can only confirm the one that I've used.

    Does the other one say 'Miracast Enabled' and does it come with a remote control?

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    11-12-13 06:36 PM
  21. cheadlender's Avatar
    Doesn't mention the control, just says Miracast. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-DM...bUvbUpU9529731

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    11-12-13 07:10 PM
  22. Morten's Avatar
    On Amazon, I see there are two different models. The one you mention and also DMP-MS10EB-K. Would this work?

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    Reviews say that the DMP-MS10EB-K does support Miracast - but I have not used the product and cannot say anything about performance either... sorry.. the DMP-MST60 works - and have lots of other features as well...

    One thing to note though - as I mentioned earlier - the P2TV 3000 works great for Miracast as well - if that is the only thing you need - and the P2TV is small and neat and easy to carry around - AND - it can be powered via USB cable directly to your TV (if TV has of course)

    but again - as a multimedia streamer - or for home use - the DMP-MST60 is a much better choice

    Here you can see a comparison of the two:

    http://www.panasonic.co.uk/site/en_G...10&p=DMP-MST60
    11-12-13 07:21 PM
  23. cheadlender's Avatar
    You are a wonderful person! Thanks!

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    11-12-13 07:39 PM
  24. cheadlender's Avatar
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-DM...bUvbUpU9539505

    Just to confirm, I went in to PC world and purchased this. Works perfectly,

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    11-14-13 07:45 AM
  25. silverbullet's Avatar
    What is the group verdict and consensus on this device?

    Is the Panasonic the one to buy? Is it portable enough?

    Now on Z30
    11-15-13 12:40 PM
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