Actiontec ScreenBeam Mini2 Wireless Display Receiver(SBWD60A01)

Actiontec ScreenBeam Mini2 Wireless Display Receiver(SBWD60A01)
From Actiontec

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Average customer review:
(4.0 stars, based on 596 reviews)

Product Details

  • Sales Rank: #199 in Personal Computers
  • Color: Black
  • Brand: Actiontec
  • Model: SBWD60A01
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 1.20" h x .40" w x 3.50" l, .30 pounds
  • Native resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels


  • Supports WiDi-ready and Wi-Fi Certified Ultrabook's, laptops, smartphones and tablets
  • Mirror and project anything from a compatible device (smartphone, tablet or laptop) to an HDTV or HD projector
  • Enjoy pristine picture and sound, just like with a high-priced HDMI cable
  • Works with NVIDIA SHIELD handheld gaming console, so you can play all of your favorite Android, PC and Google Play games on the big screen
  • Quick and easy setup
  • Wi-Fi MiracastTM, Intel® WiDi

Connect ScreenBeam Mini's USB adapter to your HDTV and you can wirelessly share your favorite online content on your HDTV. Now you can enjoy your favorite online or stored videos, photos and presentations on the best display in the house or office. ScreenBeam Mini is compatible with many devices you already own, including Windows 8.1, Wi-Fi Miracast, Intel WiDi laptops, tablets and smartphones. ScreenBeam Mini creates a direct 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz connection, so an existing Wi-Fi network is not required. Setup is takes less than one minute and is powered directly through your TV's USB port or with a provided power adapter. Not compatible with Apple devices.

Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

181 of 187 people found the following review helpful.
5Samsung S6 owners and Cord cutters must read
By gary george
Samsung S6 owners must read this. The S6 no longer supports MHL ( hdmi direct input with adapter corded to the TV) I purchased the Samsung allcast wireless hub and it did work but with less than adequate results. The video playback when mirroring was choppy and robotic. Connecting the device was a struggle constantly having to push the reset button.I also bought a Microsoft wireless display adapter, no luck connecting with that either. I though I was out of options and I tried this. It works excellent. Phone connects with no issues and the playback on the tv is smooth with no lag. You do not need Internet service with this device. ( you will use the data on your phone). I was going out of my mind trying to find a way to mirror with my new phone and find a review regarding the Samsung S6. I hope this helps.

59 of 61 people found the following review helpful.
By Kephas
I bought this for my dad since he has a Galaxy S7 Phone. He wanted to have a connection to the TV so he can watch stuff from his phone. I bought an HML cable initially and that was a disappointment. I didn't know that those don't work with this phone. Anyways this wasn't such a bad product it was pretty much self explanatory, but I am pretty good with technology in general.

Once setup once for the phone it easy to turn on and off. I've only taught my dad once how to turn it on and it works well for him. So definitey would recommend this product. He says he has no issues with the signal and it's easy for him to use. He especially likes that you don't need an internet connection to watch stuff from the phone.

If you are thinking about how to watch content on your phone to the TV this is a great way to do it. Hope this helps! If it does please click the helpful votes button. Thanks!

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
4Works great
By Amazon Customer
I've had this for about two weeks now. My use of it isn't comprehensive, but I've used it for enough tasks to rate it accurately. I'm using Windows 10, and I have a 1080 screen on my computer - the screenbeam has been used to send video, web pages, and just plain old looking at the desktop to a 1080 tv I have. It works as intended, although I'm probably lucky in that regard, where I live there are only three other 2.4 GHz wifi networks in range of me. I also tested this in a crowded wifi zone, and it worked only okay when you've got a lot of networks you are competing with. If you are fortunate (and smart) enough to get the 5 GHz channels working, you are going to be happy, that is for certain.

I did experience a little lag when viewing the fight scene from The Matrix (the one between Neo and Morpheus) in the crowded wifi zone. If there is a lot of wifi usage in your area, don't expect stellar performance, you aren't going to get it. In areas with little wifi saturation (other networks), you'll be happy.

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