September 23, 2014
Microsoft’s solution allows us to connect it to a television, monitor or projector so that from then on we can broadcast content via streaming as long as the source is a Miracast-compatible device. Many Windows 8.1 PCs, laptops and tablets as well as Windows (Phone) smartphones offer that option, but so do Android devices that can benefit from that option.
As soon as we pair the devices, we can see the content of our source screen on that large-format screen, which will allow us to enjoy that wireless broadcast in a simple way. Microsoft highlights the fact that by using Miracast technology “you will not be limited to certain applications or content, it will show anything from your device.”
This tool allows us to enhance the use of the laptop, tablet or smartphone as a second screen, since once we broadcast the content we can proceed to do something else on the source device. The Microsoft peripheral is priced higher than the Chromecast, however, as it will go on sale in October for $ 60.
via Microsoft already has its own Chromecast for devices with Miracast.
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