Microsoft Announced Wireless Display Adapter Second Edition, Costs $50

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Microsoft today has launched second edition of its Wireless Display Adapter (WDA) that allows people to mirror contents on their smartphone or laptop screen directly to an external display using Miracast technology. The newly announced Wireless Display Adapter is more compact in size and costs less than first edition that was released by the firm in 2014.

Using WDA is simple and it requires no technical skills. The device has a HDMI mouth that fit directly into input-HDMI port at the back (or side) of HDMI-enabled display such as Monitor, Projector and TV, while the second USB mouth is plug into a USB port for powering the device. Contents can be stream directly from a miracast-enabled smartphone, tablet or laptop to an external display without internet connection, at a maximum image/video resolution of 1920x1080 pixels with support of two-channel stereo and 5.1 surround sound audio output.

The Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter 2016 edition is available for pre-orders in US and Canada at BestBuy, Microsoft Store and Amazon at a price of $49.95 USD. It will start shipping from 1st of March.
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