Do you have multiple mobile devices that run different operating systems, like maybe an Android phone and an iPad? Or perhaps you live in a household where different people use different platforms? Great! Choice is a wonderful thing, but why should you be penalized when it comes to streaming content from your phones and tablets to your TVs? Rather than spend money on an Apple TV for your iOS devices and a Chromecast for your Android gadgets, just get a Boscheng Wireless Display Receiver on Amazon. It costs just $25, and it supports Apple AirPlay as well as Miracast and DLNA!
Here are some highlights from the product page:
- Easy to use: Plug and play, no need download any software driver or APP for this TV adapter, 3 steps to enjoy yourself on large screen.
- Compatible with IOS 8.0 and above ( Such as iPhone 8 X 5 5S 6 6S SE 7 7plus, iPad Air, iPad Mini, iPAD Pro) and Samsung Android device 4.4 and above ( Samsung S3~S6, Note 3-7). Please double check whether your phone’s version is compatible before you purchase. Due to the copyright protection (HDCP), public sharing of the contents on the screen may be prohibited by some video service providers (such as Netflix, Amazon video, HULU and other websites). Also Works with iOS 11.
- Multi-Platform support: Miracast, DLNA, Airplay; Compatible with iOS, Android. Apple, Samsung, Google Nexus, HTC etc. Please make sure your Android device supports Miracast if you want to mirror your screen onto a HD TV or projector.
- Enjoy large screen with high picture quality: The WiFi display dongle up to 1080p full HD that perfect for E-learning, business meeting, family party and teaching (PowerPoint, Excel, Word, PDF, videos, movies and pictures from the iOS & Android smartphone, tablet to HDTV or beamer, projector).
- With HDMI and AV output, breathing lighting effects. Full HD 1080P output with faster processing speed offers you a perfect home theater experience.
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