Belkin Miracast Gives Android Wireless HDMI for HDTV

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Belkin LogoOne of the great things about smartphones and tablets is the portable size. But sometimes their screens just feel too small for when you want to kick back and enjoy some entertainment. Oh sure, you can get an HDMI cable and/or adapter to hook it up to your TV, but who wants to deal with cables anymore?

Belkin, a well-known manufacturer of technology products and accessories, has just announced its latest wireless solution for mobile devices. The Miracast Video Adapter is a wireless HDMI dongle that connects an Android device with an HDTV.

Belkin Miracast Video AdapterForget wires, positioning, or trying to control the content on a smartphone without getting in the way of the TV. You can share all the content you have without everyone crowding the personal space around you.

The Belkin Miracast Video Adapter plugs into the HDMI port of the HDTV and draws power from the included USB cord.

Hopefully, there is a USB port close enough to the HDMI port. If not, the adapter also comes with an extension cable for those oddly-located HDMI ports.

It’s all plug and play, so you can be up and mirroring your video, photo, or gaming content in no time. The Belkin Miracast Video Adapter is compatible with devices running Android 4.2.X or higher, which includes most of the recent, top picks for smartphones and tablets.

<Source: businesswire>

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