Lenovo launched a couple of cool media focused tablets at Mobile World Congress, but that’s not the only media related product they’ve announced. Lenovo has announced they will soon begin selling a Miracast and DLNA enabled pocket projector. The Lenovo Pocket Projector is specifically designed with smartphones, particularly Android phones in mind – though it will work with iOS and[Read More…]
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Miracast is a technology that we at Ausdroid have been fans of for awhile, but it has been let down by limited availability of Miracast receivers and compatible display devices. Most modern Android devices can share their screens or cast video to a Miracast receiver. LG and NetGear both have Miracast receivers on market, but they aren’t always easy to[Read More…]
The list of Miracast capable devices, dongles or adapters available in Australia is terribly small, and whilst Miracast has been around as a standard for a while now it’s still not terribly well known and is still in its relative infancy in terms of brand recognition and adoption by consumers, retailers and manufacturers. One company who certainly know about Wireless[Read More…]
Owners of Miracast certified phones have had very little in the way of options since the announcement of Miracast support in Android, but Netgear has finally made their Miracast certified PTV3000 Wireless Display Adapter available for sale in Australia. The Wirless display adapter should be filtering into stores who stock Netgear products now and is priced at a RRP of[Read More…]
If you’re looking for a Miracast device to wirelessly display what is on your phone on your television, your options are fairly limited, the LG DWD-300 Miracast adapter is still yet to be available for sale separately from the Optimus G and the Netgear PTV3000 is still not released here as yet. Luckily Panasonic has just released two BluRay players[Read More…]
Way back when, we visited LG’s headquarters and had a bit of a play with some pre-release Miracast hardware and Jason was certainly impressed. With the more recent launch of the LG Optimus G, LG has released (sort of) its Miracast dongle to the Australian market. Known, unimaginatively, as the DWD-300, LG’s Miracast dongle is the embodiment of simplicity. Simple[Read More…]
Since the announcement of Android 4.2 which brough Miracast capability to the new Nexus flagship phone the Nexus 4, a working Miracast display adapter which you can plug into your existing TV has been the holy grail of Nexus 4 owners all over the world. The PTV3000 was originally seen as having Miracast support, however a large proportion of owners[Read More…]