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If you’ve cut the cord, this $59 device is absolutely essential

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There are a million different media streaming boxes out there like a Roku, Amazon’s Fire TV and the Apple TV, so cord cutters have plenty of options when it comes to streaming online movies and TV shows to their television sets. As great as these devices have become though, they’ll still never have access to as much content as your computer will.

If you’ve cut the cord — or even if you haven’t — forget the set-top box and check out the Actiontec ScreenBeam Wireless Display Kit on Amazon, which is currently on sale for just $59.20. With this awesome kit, you can stream anything and everything you want to your TV in gorgeous full HD resolution.

Here are the key details:

  • Wirelessly beam the display of your laptop, tablet or smartphone screens onto almost any HDTV
  • Brilliant HD quality. Share your videos, pictures, music or surf the web on your HDTV at up to 1080p.
  • Supports Windows 7 or 8 laptops/ PCs or Miracast-compatible devices
  • For notebooks and Ultrabooks without Intel WiDi 3.5 and higher
  • Also works with Wi-Fi Certified Miracast smartphones and tablets

This kit has a list price of $79.99 and Amazon typically sells it for $74.99, which is a fantastic price for something that streams an unlimited supply of movies, TV shows and any other videos to your HDTV. From now through the end of the day on April 23rd though, the Actiontec ScreenBeam Wireless Display Kit is on sale for just $59.20 with free Prime shipping.

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Maren Estrada

Maren Estrada is a deals expert, having been the Editor for BGR Deals since it first launched in 2013. She has helped BGR's audience save millions of dollars collectively on thousands of popular products, and is the authority on daily deals coverage.