Items tagged with Wireless Display Adapter

We were intrigued when Microsoft released its first generation Wireless Display Adapter back in September 2014. The device lets you stream content with ease from your Android device or Windows PC to any display or TV with a built-in HDMI port through the use of Miracast technology.  Microsoft is now releasing a second generation of the Intel Wi-Di-certified adapter Wireless Display Adapter, which features a smaller form-factor. All of the features that you loved in the first generation device have transferred over to the second generation, and Microsoft says that it has also managed to reduce latency to help improve streaming performance. “We heard great feedback about the device, most notably... Read more...
An update on the official Windows Blog by Microsoft senior marketing communications manager Brandon LeBlanc unveiled the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter. It is a device that will connect to a monitor, HDTV, or projector with both HDMI and USB connectivity. Retailing for $59.95, the wireless adapter will allow users to share content but only from Miracast-enabled device. This includes PCs and Tablets that run Windows 8.1 with LeBlanc using a Dell Venue 8 Pro and Lumia 1520 for his demonstrations. In order to use it, the consumer will need to simply plug in the USB and HDMI ends of the adapter into their display of choice and select the correct input on the TV. Once that is done users will then... Read more...