A single $25 device lets you stream to your TV from any iPhone or Android
You’ve probably never heard of the brand Toneseas before, but it’s a name you won’t soon forget. Why? Because this company makes a brilliant little $25 device that breaks down barriers for households with multiple mobile platforms. With one Toneseas HDMI Miracast Dongle, you can stream any content from an iPhone, iPad, or Android device to your TV. That’s right, there’s no longer a reason to dump money into an Apple TV and a separate Android-compatible device just so all your friends and family can stream to your TV regardless of which phone models they carry.
Here’s some important info from the product page:
- POWERFUL MULTI-COMPATIBILITY:Our Miracast dongle supports Miracast,DLNA,Airplay modes.Perfectly compatible with IOS7.0+,Android5.0+,Mac, no need driver and app installation.This dongle system will automatically updated when you upgrade IOS or Android system
- UNIQUE WIRELESS DISPLAY:Absolutely casted/mirrored with photos,video,radio,music,office document(word,excel,ppt),live camera,online chat,movies,games etc.to 1080p HDTV,projector or monitor which has HD input socket from iphone,laptop,ipad,macbook,tablets,android smart phones
- COMPACT POCKET SIZE:Try to imagine that portable mini size enables important business conference,office routine meeting,multimedia campus education in school,home theater entertainment take place anywhere
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