I had to write and tell you how delighted I am to own my very own TinyStic. I recall seeing your commercial online for the first time. When you said you could turn your television into a computer, you had my attention.
I couldn't believe I could simply plug up a TinyStic to the television's HDMI port and project my cell phone display onto the 48" television. I knew I had to have that gadget just to see it work for myself, so I was among the first to pre-order for the first round of production.
My TinyStic finally arrived. I set it up and gave it a trial run. I used wifi on an old Belkin N router. My iPhone 6 runs iOS 8.3.
I first tried web browsing. The scrolling and response time looked exactly like my phone. I decided to try to stream music from my phone. I was quite impressed. The music sound quality was immaculate--crisp and clear.
I then tried fast action combat games and a car racing game, Pac-Man, and a few others. All offered rapid real-time response with NO lag. I must admit, TinyStic is a pretty good piece of technology.
I've used a similar technology to project my cellphone onto my desktop computer, but that inferior technology lagged so much that it made the gaming experience frustrating. The lagging would make the screen go black and cause the game to reset.
I never experienced lag or blackout while gaming with TinyStic. I've told so many of my friends about TinyStic. Thank you for inventing this device. Trevor M
Since hooking up TinyStic my girlfriend and I stopped fighting over the remote, instead we just throw on any movie or tv show we want to watch straight to our TV and relax. Not only that, but our app games have become a staple of a weeknight at home, playing Wheel of Fortune or Trivia against each other (or with each other) has become so much fun we get guests involved anytime they come over. I'm still finding new ways to use TinyStic! Definitely would recommend to all of my friends.
Tinystic allows me to share family photos and experiences from my phone to our living room television. It's great going down memory lane when family and friends are over and we get to reminisce on moments in time we captured on my phone.