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ProScreenCast SC01 Review – 4K@60 HDR, Low Latency & Portrait Mode Support

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…

BlitzWolf VP15 In-Depth Review – The Best BlitzWolf 1080P LCD Projector in the Market! Period!

Large and clear image during the bright daylight with 7000 Lumens. Enjoy even better image quality and colours in a totally dark room. Fast and smooth wireless screen mirroring through 2.4 GHz connection. Excellent gaming experience thanks to low input lag @ 22ms only. Interested? Let’s have a closer look now…

AnyCast M2 Plus Best Deals

Share photos and videos to your friend and family easily with AnyCast M2 Plus WiFi Display Receiver. Yup, it is a great device that enable your non-smart HD TV with ScreenShare standards like Miracast, DLNA and Airplay. All of them can enjoy those lovely photos and videos on bigger TV screen then. And the great news – you can buy it from as low as $12.99 at Tomtop now…

Nexum TuneBox2 Wi-Fi Music Receiver Review

With just one click, connect all your home stereo and stream music anywhere anytime, for everyone! Yes, that’s what Nexum TuneBox2 capable of. TuneBox2 is a Wi-Fi music receiver that makes listening to music smarter and let you enjoy brand new audio experience at home. It supports Airplay, DLNA and even Spotify Connect. By connect TuneBox2 to your high-end Hi-Fi stereo or portable speaker, you can enjoy streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music or Google Play Music through them wirelessly. Furthermore, it uses ESS 9023 DAC that support sample rate up to 24bit/192kHz. Besides, you can connect your existing CD, vinyl player and play the music to multiple TuneBox2s through party mode – all your speakers sing together. Interested? Stay with me to find out more…

Photo sharing on larger screen with Android vscreens

Want to show your photos to friends and families on larger screen like TV or PC monitor? The easiest way is using DLNA feature. Or you can try out Sony Ericsson vscreens. It supports Android platform only for the moment. iPhone and iPad versions are coming soon. Basically, you need to open http://vscreens.com in a browser on your larger screen (smart TV or PC monitor). Then pick the picture from Android vscreens application. It will display the picture on the bigger screen. Since it is still in beta stage, only photo can be shared. By the way, Internet connection is required on both devices.

Sony Ericsson vscreens photo sharing


Vinnfier HyperBar 1100 Review – Compact yet Powerful! Attractive too!

Introduction Hey guys, check out this attractive compact soundbar with subwoofer - Vinnfier HyperBar 1100. It is loaded power 120W total power output. Comes with...


Kingston Expands External SSD Lineup with XS1000

Kingston Technology, a world leader in memory products and technology solutions today announced the XS1000 External SSD, a small and incredibly sleek file backup...