Wireless Display Adapter mirrors Miracast device display on connected television
Microsoft has unveiled a new compact adapter for wirelessly streaming video from a computer or device to a television. The Wireless Display Adapter can be used to share content from any Miracast-enabled device, allowing for a television to be used as a secondary monitor or as a larger display for presentations and watching videos.
New display features Miracast, MHL, HDMI, speakers
MMD, the technology company and brand license partner for Philips Monitors, announced today the new 239C4QHWAB 23-inch Philips Miracast display with connectivity based on the Miracast standard, enabling users to stream mobile content wirelessly from Android devices and other compatible hardware. The new monitor is a 16:9 device at 1920x1080 resolution, and has support for 16.7 million colors, at a brightness of 250 cd/m2. Internal 3W speakers provide audio.
NFC, WiDi, Miracast accompanies content recommendations
LG has revealed more details about its range of televisions for 2013, ahead of CES. Adding to the announcement of Google TV-enabled screens the company has already shown, it has also opted to give more information on features the HDTVs will have, including NFC, Miracast, WiDi, and a new recommendation function.
Direct competitor to Apple Airplay
A new industry standard for video streaming is set to directly compete with Apple's AirPlay for dominance of the TV. Industry standards group the Wi-Fi Alliance has started a certification program for the Miracast standard, which will allow compatible devices to display video, images and applications instantly, regardless of brand.