Want to connect and display your smartphone / tablet to big TV screen or projector wirelessly? Yes, you can do so with ProScreenCast SC01 True 4K Wireless Display Adapter. Yes, it supports 4K@60 and HDR. Low latency with dual band supports. Compatible with Android, macOS, iOS, Windows and ChromeOS through Miracast, Airplay and DLNA. Portrait mode is supported too. Interested? Let’s have a closer look now…
ProScreenCast SC01 Review – 4K@60 HDR, Low Latency & Portrait Mode Support
Xiaomi Mi Smart Projector 2 In-Depth Review – Worth Buying?
Up to 130” large screen in the dark environment. Suitable to use during the day too. Useful multi-angle auto-keystone correction with auto focus is available now. Certified Android TV with Google Assistant built-in. Fast and smooth wireless screen mirroring through Chromecast. Dolby Audio and Bluetooth for connecting external speakers. And suitable for casual gaming with game console like Nintendo Switch. Interested? Let’s have a closer look now…
MECOOL KM2 In-Depth Review – Android TV 10, 4K Netflix, Google Assistant & Chromecast built-in!
4K Netflix playback is supported. It has Google Assistant and Chromecast built-in too. And a lot more useful features for you and me. Yup, this is what you get from the latest MECOOL KM2 Google Certified Android TV Box.
AnyCast K4-1 Budget Chromecast Clone Best Deals
Hey guys, check out this budget Chromecast clone – AnyCast K4-1 that I found at Tomtop. It supports Miracast standard for Android device and DLNA for home multimedia application. AirPlay for iOS mirroring is supported too. You can share photos, music, videos, PPT and other content in your smart phone, tablet PC to a bigger screen like HDTV or projector easily. The great news – it costs $9.99 only…
CheapCast – ChromeCast Emulator
Don’t have your ChromeCast Dongle yet? Turn your Android device to become one with CheapCast. Yup, if you happen have 2 Android devices (Nexus Q with TV or Chromebook) at home, try out CheapCast then. It is still in beta stage so it might not work on your devices yet. But this application looks promising. I can turn my Galaxy S4 with MHL 2.0 HDTV Adapter into ChromeCast clone. Of course, actual ChromeCast is easier and cheaper than this combo. But this gives me a chance to try out ChromeCast features without the hardware itself, right?