Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter announced

Microsoft launched Wireless Display Adapter that works on Miracast technology allowing users to connect HDTV, PCs, Monitor, Projectors, Smartphones and Tablets running on any Miracast supported device. The Wireless Display Adapter allows user to share contents on the big screen without any hurdles.

Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter

Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter

To begin using the Wireless Display Adapter, users have to plug in the HDMI and USB end of the device, to any Miracast supported device, then select the correct input option on the device from which you want to mirror the contents..

The technology supports video display resolution of 1080p and HD audio output codec H.264, which is enough to mirror the paired device as it runs on Wi-Fi direct technology.

How to Setup Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter

  • Connect HDMI and USB port to any Miracast supported device
  • Make appropriate input settings by looking at the Miracast display screen
  • Jump to the device from which you want to initiate mirror, project the device towards Wireless Display Adapter
  • That’s all, mirror of the device screen will appear on big screen

Wireless Display Adapter is a great tool which allows users to show contents from one’s laptop, tablets, on to the big display screen in office. The device is very simple, easy to use and works seamlessly with a wide range of devices, without any problems.

Just like Airplay, MiracleCast Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter also supports all cross-platform devices and it can be easily paired to enjoy movies, video, pictures on the go. It is available for pre-order now in US and Canada for $59.95, and from October 2014 onwards it will be available in Microsoft Store, BestBuy and Microsoft Retail outlet.

It is expected that the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter will be a big hit as more and more users are looking for such device which brings in amazing technology at an affordable prices. You can read more at the source.

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Abhishek Shukla is a computer graduate by education, a complete tech freak and a music addict. Playing with software and mobile phones are a part of his hobby. He is currently employed with a multinational company in India.