This HDMI Male to Mini HDMI Male Cable features gold-plated contacts to ensure optimum audio/video transfer from devices with a mini HDMI output, such as tablets and digital cameras, to devices with a standard HDMI input, such as HDTVs and projectors.
This Airbridge WiFi HDMI Adapter will let the user experience of transmitting the HD content by wireless, which also can allow the user to view any PC / Mobile phone information on a compatible TV by the WIFI network.
There are some features of Airbridge WiFi HD Adapter：
1. Supports 2 HDMI input ports and 1 Wireless HD input. Supports 1 HDMI output port.
2. Supports automatically detect the display device and switch for HDMI input ports.
3. HDMI video resolution up to 4Kx2K/30Hz, supports 3D.
4. Supports digital audio formats: DTS-HD/Dolby-trueHD/LPCM7.1/DTS/DOLBY-AC3/DSD.
5. Wireless input resolution up to 1080P/30Hz.
6. After installing the APP, wirelessly send photo, music, movie and documents from your PC/Mobile phone to an HDTV.
7. Supports DLNA, EZMirror(Miracast) and EZAir(AirPlay) connection, easy to share the wonderful contents in PC/Mobile phone.
8. Supports multiple types of operating system, e.g. Win XP, Win Vista, Win7/8, Windows Phone, Android, iOS, Mac OS etc.
9. Supports online firmware update and we will put them into development roadmap.
10.Supports external IR remote control.
The Airbridge WiFi HDMI Adapter (3in 1out) is compatible with IEEE802.11 b/g/n standards, which can be connected with other wireless devices which meet the standard. The pc only needs to install wireless network card，and then it can work. In addition, the adapter supports 2-channel HDMI high-definition signal source input, can be suitable for use in multi signal source.
High definition multimedia interfaces are the standard for any gadget that plugs into your TV. HDMI cables play both audio and video through your TV, though you might have to do a little fiddling with your audio settings if you’re running a media center PC to your TV.
As with most gadgets, even HDMI cables have generational differences. HDMI 2.0, released in 2013, boasts support for 4k video formats and stronger signal strength. This basically means that you’ll be seeing more frames on the biggest TV you can get your hands on.
DisplayPort is slowly taking over the market by the power of simplicity. There’s only one DisplayPort plug. Oh, and it runs your gadgets through your TV at 60 frames a second.
It handles audio, too. The only real limitation of the DisplayPort tech is that its ability to ferry information to and from a TV dips as the cable lengthens.
For most everyone’s purposes, though, it’s a single dongle that will connect all of your gadgets straight into your TV at the highest possible quality. If your computer doesn’t have a slot for DisplayPort connections, you can find adapters online for relatively cheap (at the cost of some quality).
The other limitation of DisplayPort is market penetration. It’s a relatively new format, and it will take most tech manufacturers a hot minute to warm up to it. Like I said, though, adapters are cheap and easy to find.
You’ve most likely linked your home PC’s monitor to a digital video interface port at some point. The signal is basically the same as an HDMI port, but DVI cables generally don’t support audio. Most modern TVs will probably have a DVI port, but DVI cables aren’t going to plug all of your gadgets into your TV.
DVI cables come in single and dual links. Single links can support resolutions up to 1900 x 1200. Dual links can support higher resolutions and multiple screens at the same time.
The biggest reason that DVI ports didn’t exactly catch on was the lack of a standard feature-set. Different DVI cables can do different things, and that’s confusing for most people.
VGA or Video Graphics Array is the oldest of the video connectors. It’s been around since 1987, if you can believe it, but it just won’t go away. It’s on many TVs, monitors and computers.
Unlike the other video connectors, VGA is analog. That means not only does it not support high definition, it doesn’t have as clear of a picture.
If VGA is your only option, then go ahead and use it. Otherwise, you’ll want something a bit better.
Hinsung (Shenzhen Hinsung Electronics Co., Ltd.) is a professional data cable company, established in 2011 and located in Shenzhen city- one of big cities in South China. There are three factories owned by Hinsung which are separately located in Shenzhen, Dongguan (Guangdong province), and Miluo (Hunan province).
We specialize in providing different kinds of data cables, including HDMI cable, USB 3.0/2.0 cable, MHL cable, DisplayPort cable, etc.. Our products have been exported to many countries, such as Korea, America, Japan, Germany, United Arab Emirates, etc..
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