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NVIDIA announces support for Miracast wireless display standard for Tegra 3 devices

on July 27, 2012 – 11:56 amNo Comment

NVIDIA has announced that they would bring support for Miracast, open wireless display standard  that was announced earlier this May. It would let Tegra 3 users to instantly stream content including photos and HDTVs to any Miracast-enabled display. The quad-core Tegra 3 chip would also let you stream intensive games such as ShadowGun THD which is Tegra 3-optimized game on to HDTVs.

Since it is based on WiFi direct, there is no need of any wireless access point, and it connects directly to the Miracast-enabled TV. It would also offer advanced 3D game play, game controller and 3D stereo capabilities for video and gaming content.

It is still in testing and the specification for Miracast certified products are expected in August. NVIDIA is also working with OEM partners and Miracast receiver vendors to bring it to the market soon.

Here is a video from NVIDIA that showcases the features of Miracast Wireless Display

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