Microsoft has unveiled a new version of its Wireless Display Adapter, and pre-orders are available now priced at $49.95, ahead of the device's official launch at the beginning of March.
The adapter lets you share content - including 1080p video with 5.1 surround sound - from a Miracast-enabled device to a larger display or HDTV, and is now available in the UK with 56% off.
The May update for the Xbox One is bringing a some nice improvements as well as Miracast support through a new app. Unfortunately game streaming to PCs still seems to be a ways off.
The adapter lets you wirelessly share the screen on a PC or phone with a larger monitor or TV. It's now on sale in South Africa and across Europe, and is heading to Australia and Asia next month.
A few weeks back, Microsoft announced its Wireless Display Adapter. Boring name aside, we've had some time to play with the new device and have put together some of our first impressions.
Microsoft has announced its Chromecast competitor and it's a name only an accountant could love: Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter. The device will cost you $60 and is coming in October.
Microsoft is working on a Chromecast like device and it has just passed through the FCC; Windows Phone and Windows 8 both support Miracast and this could be the final piece of the puzzle.
We had a look around the Microsoft Apartment in London, showcasing the company's vision for the connected home which - unlike many similar concept homes - is firmly grounded in present-day reality.