Wireless Display Adaptor from Microsoft
I am quite sure that there are times in which you would have wanted to show off to your friends and family a particular video or photo that you had taken, and most of the time that experience required the whole lot of you to form a huddle around a computer screen, or even to take turns by passing a smartphone from one to another. Microsoft intends to change that rather crowded and overbearing experience with the Wireless Display Adapter, where it will be able to connect to an HDTV, a monitor, or a projector, allowing you to easily share content from any Miracast-enabled device. In other words, a slew of other computers and tablets which run on the Windows 8.1 operating system is game to play nice with the Wireless Display Adaptor, as it enables one to share content with a large group of people, both audio and visual, on a large display.
How does the Microsoft Wireless Display Adaptor work? Using it is extremely simple – all that is required from you would be to plug the USB end as well as the HDMI end of the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter into an HDTV, monitor or projector, and you’re good to go. From there, you will then pick the corresponding input on your TV, as you pair it with your laptop, tablet, or smartphone. After that, you will be able to wirelessly project your screen from your Miracast-enabled device, how painless and easy is that? Depending on your device, you will be able to mirror the exact same thing that is shown off on your device – so make sure you do not have any potentially embarrassing photos being set as your wallpaper.
Since the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter will rely on Miracast technology, you are will not be limited to a select bunch of apps or content streaming. It will basically be able to deliver just about anything and everything that your device has! For those who happen to be traveling, you might want to bring the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter along with you so that you can connect it to the HDTV in your room when you play back movies from your notebook, or to go through the day’s photos on the big screen. The Microsoft Wireless Display Adaptor should already be available in the US and Canada for $59.95 a pop.