Final Clearance Diamond Video Stream Wireless USB HDMI/VGA PC to TV Adapter Kit (WPCTVPRO)

  • Model #: WPCTVPRO
  • Web Code: 10249100
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Enjoy all your HD video and Internet content right on your TV with the Diamond Video Stream Wireless USB HDMI/VGA PC to TV adapter kit. It lets you wirelessly stream content from your computer as well as sites such as Netflix, iTunes, YouTube, and more.

More Information

  • USB to HDMI wireless HD 1080 PC to TV transmitter and receiver
  • Enables your PC or laptop to display Full HD video and 6-channel HD 5.1 audio content, such as pictures, movies, presentations, documents, web content, and other types of data on your HD display without wires
  • No need to buy bulky set top boxes that limit what you can watch
  • Just connect your PC to your high definition television and watch quality digital content supporting 1080p resolution

What's in the Box?

  • Install CD
  • Quick Start Guide
  • HDMI Cable
  • Power Adapter

Manufacturer's Warranty:

  • Parts - 1 Year(s)

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  • Interface
    USB 2.0; HDMI; VGA
  • Tuners
  • ATSC Tuner
  • NTSC Tuner
  • Inputs/Outputs
  • Internal or External
  • Component Input
  • Composite Input
  • HDMI Input
  • S-Video Input
  • Audio
  • FM Radio Stereo
  • TV Audio (Mono/Stereo)
  • dbx Stereo
  • Capture Details
  • MPEG-2 Decoder (Hardware)
  • MPEG-2 Encoder (Hardware)
  • PVR Software
  • Raw AVI Capture
  • Video CD Encoder (Hardware)
  • Accessories
  • Remote
  • Other Accessories
    HDMI Cable
  • Colour
  • Width
    8.89 cm
  • Height
    4.06 cm
  • Depth
    8.89 cm
  • Width (Inches)
    3.5 in
  • Height (Inches)
    1.6 in
  • Depth (Inches)
    3.5 in
  • Warranty Parts
    1 Year(s)



Customer Reviews

2.3 / 5
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Positive vs. Critical Reviews

Positive 35%

7 Reviews

Critical 65%

13 Reviews

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  • from Toronto, ON

Doesn't work with NVIDIA Gforce 6 and 7 series

Had to return it. They didn't say it didn't work with these graphic drivers

  • from Gatineau, QC

Doesn't work with Windows 10

Despite being assured at the store that it would work on Windows 10 "no problem", there was indeed a problem. This device was recommended by a friend who uses it without complaint. He must be using something less than W10, I guess. Anyhow after a frustrating hour or more of fiddling and trying to find a driver solution that worked, I surrender. All it seemed to do was make my tablet go mental. Such a shame as I liked the idea of a wireless solution to streaming.

  • from Richmond, BC

Just awful

doesnt work with new windows 10 update. Even then you get 5-8' max

  • from Vancouver, BC

Waste of Money

After over one hour of effort, and making sure I had direct line of sight, I was unable to transmit my video from my computer to a 65" LG UF7700 TV. I returned the device to the store and got my money back without any complaint. This was only positive thing I can say about this device.

  • from Kingston, ON


Audio cuts out and so does the video. useless!!

  • from Hackett's Cove

waste of time and money

Spent an entire day trying to make it work. All it did was mess up all my other opened windows. I would not recommend this device to anyone!DonHood

  • from Richmond hill

Latency Issues

I guess it would be fine for a PowerPoint presentation but doesn't work well for videos. Latency is BAD.

  • from Calgary, AB

Seems highly dependent on video card (Mac)

I'm using this product on a Macbook Pro with an nVidia 650M. Pros: -setup was very easy, just be sure you install the software (download from the website) BEFORE you plug the USB transmitter into the computer. No problems here, installed software, plugged the hardware into the TV, plugged the USB transmitter into the computer, and it worked. -because the transmitter is a full-size USB plug, and the transmitter fits flush to the computer, there's very little risk of damage to the port. I got this unit to allow me to connect to our TV after the Thunderbolt/DisplayPort socket got damaged by the weight of the cable (despite a flexible socket-saver cord), so this makes me happier. -audio setup was also a breeze. No issues there and no apparent loss of audio quality (granted I don't have any external speakers so someone with a better sound system may find differently). Cons: -as stated in the title, performance seems very dependent upon the video card of your machine, which means that this is probably NOT a good choice for a low- or mid-tier laptop (which is ironically probably thetype of product you'd want to use it with). I base this observation on the fact that my Macbook has USB 3.0 ports (so that's not a bottleneck) and that when I switched the power saver settings to use the 650M dedicated instead of power-switching to Intel 4000 Graphics the performance of the wireless stream improved significantly. However, even forcing the use of the 650M 24/7, the wireless stream can still be choppy during highly-contrasting and fast-moving scenes. Mostly this isn't an issue because we watch a lot of sitcoms and dramas where there aren't a lot of highly-contrasting backgrounds and fast-moving camera work. But you will notice it in high-contrast action scenes (low-contrast isn't as much of a problem), or even in scenes where the foreground features highly-contrasting objects in pan (for instance, trees moving across a bright white or blue background). -on the Macbook Pro at least, the width of the USB transmitter means you can't use the second USB port with this plugged in. This is probably more of an issue with the Macbook design trying to cram everything into as small a space as possible (any sort of USB wider than your standard A plug will have this problem), but it's worth noting.

  • from London, ON

Only works with LINE OF SIGHT

After many hours trying to get this working, I found in small print inside the manual that this device ONLY works when it's within line of sight of the receiver. That means you need an unobstructed view of the receiver. If I wanted to be restricted by that, I'd just plug my machine into the TV instead. Possibly useful for classroom/office type presentations, but not so much for home media/gaming type setups where your 'streaming' computer is in another room.

  • from Prince George, BC

Works Awesome!

Purchased online and arrived in a timely fashion. I use it in my History class and allows me to move my laptop around the classroom. Works awesome and does what I wanted it to do...give me freedom to move my computer around my classroom and stay connected to my projector.

  • from Barrie, ON

Works Perfect for Meeting Rooms

If you run the driver install from disc or download before you plug the USB transmitter in, it works just fine.

  • from Ottawa, ON

Poor product for the price

Not adequate for streaming gaming to your TV. Real finicky to install.

  • from Toronto, ON

best for price

Works great for projection..especially with led or smarts.

  • from Ottawa, ON

I'm trying to return mine

Let me start by saying that I did not follow the advice of other reviewers. Maybe if i had, it would have worked better. As it is, i plugged everything in and installed software. It complained about known driver issues with my video card. I got it to work, but it was flakey. It had a tendency to blue-screen my machine or otherwise crash the driver/software. I wish it would have worked because it would have been a good solution for me, but in the end it was untenable. Good luck if you buy one.

  • from Selkirk, MB

Works as it should.

I opened the box, plugged in the receiver, plugged in the transmitter. I have upgraded our old vista computer to windows 7 and it said I won't need the disc so I didn't use the disk. Waited for the drivers to automatically install. This took a few minutes. I restarted my computer and everything worked like a charm. Only thing I can think for the bad reviews is that the computers using it are not compatible.(?) Just because you have windows 7 doesn't mean your computer has the capability to run this device. Check your specs. If they match the minimum requirements your install/use of this product shoukd hopefully go as smoothly as mine did.

  • from Barrie, ON

Don't plug it into usb until software installed

Works great out of the box. WARNING: if you read install instructions they repeatedly warn NOT to plug usb transmitter into laptop before you install the software onto your computer. This may be why some laptops see it as a memory-stick. FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE INSERTING USB.

  • from Red Deer, AB


Computer(Toshiba i7, Windows 7) saw dongle as a memory stick. Spent several hours going through the help forums and performed many recommended tasks, but found no solution.

  • from Kingston, ON


With much fiddling, I eventually got this to work with my gaming notebook running Win 7/64 and a HD TV. It was very far from PnP setup. It doesn't work with 720p HDMI TV. I couldn't get it to work on Win 8.1 no matter what I tried.

  • from Milton


The wireless adapter plugs into the USB port. We have tried it on three different laptops and a computer and there seems to be a bug that causes it to be confused with a memory stick. So you get video for a few seconds then you hear the USB inserted sound and it asks you how you would like to open the files and the video image disappear s...a few seconds later you hear a USB removed sound and the video comes back. This repeats continuously. Really let us down during a customer presentation. It seemed fine on the first day but has been an issue ever since. I will need to call support and search the forums for a potential fix. definitely not an out of the box plug and play product experience for us. tried it with windows XP and windows 7.

  • from Oshawa, ON

So far so good

I have had this for a couple of weeks now. I use it to connect a MS Surface Pro tablet to a projector so I can walk, talk, and write on the screen, all at the same time. Seems to work fine so far. Only used the VGA connector, so I cannot speak to the HDMI. I rated it a 4 since I have no reliability data yet.

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