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Simple to set up.
Works with iPhones, iPads, and most iPod touch and iPod nano models.
Doesn't require a Wi-Fi network.
Can stream supported media over 3G.
Doesn't require a home network for operation and is very easy to set up.
Composite video connection means poor video quality.
Transmitter needs to be charged and only lasts a little over two hours.
Subject to interference.
Offers only composite video.
Dongle is large and requires charging.
By PC Mag on August 25, 2011
While the Bigstream succeeds in sending your video and audio from your iPhone or iPod to your TV, it does so at the cost of quality and convenience. If you have a recent iPhone, Apple TV offers better functionality and quality for the same price....
By Macworld on July 04, 2011
Your decision to purchase the Bigstream depends on very specific needs and your ability to overlook some faults. If you can’t do whatever it is you want to do with one of Apple’s AV cables or an Apple TV, can put up with a composite video...
By cnet on May 16, 2011
While it sounds like a great device on paper, the Bigstream suffers from numerous performance issues that ultimately make for a below average...
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