HDMI dongle


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HDMI dongle

A small device that plugs into the HDMI port of a TV set and provides Wi-Fi streaming from the home network. It is designed to access movie content from the Internet but may also enable local content to be displayed.


Roku Streaming Stick
The Roku Stick is an MHL-compliant device that provides the same capability as the Roku streaming boxes (see Roku and MHL).







Google's Chromecast
Plugging into the TV's HDMI port, Chromecast streams content from the home network via Wi-Fi. See Chromecast. (Images courtesy of Google Inc.)
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Put simply, this compact HDMI dongle would plug into the back of your TV and you would be able to not only mirror your smartphone's display on the TV but stream movies and music as well.
ValueLabs HDMI Dongle is a cutting-edge solution which connects high definition TVs to the internet and offers brilliant, interactive features like multi-screen accessibility on the cloud, digital signage and IPTV.
q=NASDAQ:GOOG) NASDAQ:GOOG ) today announced Chromecast, a HDMI dongle that uses home WiFi to stream content from YouTube, Netflix and eventually services like Pandora to a consumer's television for the price of $35.
Taking advantage of ST s set-top box IC portfolio, which covers a broad range of performance and features for applications from gateway/server devices to low-cost zapper boxes, the solution allows an entry-level client such as a mini-box or HDMI dongle connected to a secondary television or PC to receive operator services via the main home gateway.