Checking the web for prices, we saw prices ranging around 180 Euro mark, e.g. 220 USD. We feel that it doesn't cost a lot for the professional use, but some of the issues we experienced should be fixed in the next version if AirLive wants to get a passing grade. If you have a choice between spending this money or at least 20m or so of VGA cable to have a neat conference room, AirLive's product definitely provides good value for buck.
If you're going to handle the equipment of a conference room where you want to get rid of all those cables running here and there, you will like this product. But if you plan to get it for home purpose, to have videos streamed to your beamer and don’t always watch native MPEG-2 videos, you won’t find it very valuable because it's likely it will not be a smooth presentation.
Overall, our suggestion to AirLive is to correct the issues with the product and release a second generation part with improved video performance. With the arrival of Office 2010 next year, multimedia usage is going to be increased in every presentation.
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