Review and Guide on the PeakDo Wireless HDMI 4K Mini-S

Written by Lucas

Last updated Mar 30, 2022 had the privilege to test the new PeakDo 4K UHD Wireless HDMI MiniS. The zero latency ultra high definition wireless HDMI (4K) allows one to connect a source device such as a PC/Laptop or mobile device to a monitor, TV or projector up to 30 meters away! It employs the WirelessHD standard, also known as UltraGig. This is a proprietary standard for wireless transmission of high-definition video content for consumer electronics products. The product can transmit at the following resolutions:

  • 1920*1080 @ 120Hz
  • 1920*1080 @ 60Hz
  • 3840*2160 @ 30Hz

Although at 4K it only transmits up to 30Hz it may not be fully desirable for gaming at this resolution, but for movies the PeakDo 4K UHD Wireless HDMI proved to present a smooth and crisp video feed. This product would work well in a residential and business environments. Where wired infrastructure is unavailable and you want to connect a monitor to a source device in short order this device would be a viable option. At up to 30 meters a ton of flexibility is given in positioning the source and destination devices.

We found the biggest downfall of the product was a poor user manual. We struggled to read through the instructions which mixes Asian and English words, so we have provided our own PeakDo 4K UHD Wireless HDMI connection diagram and instructions to help you connect your device.

UHD Wireless HDMI Connection Diagram


Instructions for Connecting your UHD Wireless HDMI Device

Step 1. Connect the Wireless 4K HDMI Reciever to your Monitor, TV or Projector. Ensure to connect both the HDMI port and USB port for power.

Step 2. Depending on the Device there are two options:

    • For Laptop/PC connect the 4K UHD Wireless HDMI Docking Station via the HDMI port. Ensure that you also connect the USB-C port to power the station.
    • For Android devices connect the Adapter Module (square block) to the 4K UHD Wireless HDMI Docking Station. Power the block by connecting the USB-C or USB 3.0 port. Connect the mobile device to the PD (USB-C) port.

Step 3. Once both source and destination devices are connected press the small button on both units briefly. The signal LED will switch from red to blue showering a successful connection. Your source device should now show the additional display.

PeakDoWirelessHDMIConnecter Recommendation for the PeakDo 4K UHD Wireless HDMI Device

We highly recommend the PeakDo 4K UHD Wireless HDMI as a wireless video solution. The solution is advertised as plug and play and once we figured out the connection method it truly was plug and play. We are confident if you follow our connection instructions you should have no problem. The product claims compatibility across a wide variety of devices including MacBooks, Pixelbooks, Windows Devices the Samsung Phone lineup, etc. but not compatible with Apple iPhone products.

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