HDMI back in January revealed the specifications of the HDMI connector V2.1, and today the company has released the V2.1 of the HDMI Specification and said that it is also available to vendors who adopted the HDMI 2.0 adopters. Continue reading “HDMI 2.1 specs released – 10K Dynamic HDR, 48Gbps bandwidth”
HDMI has released the new HDMI Alternate Mode (Alt Mode) for USB Type-C Specification at the IFA 2016 Berlin. This allows HDMI-enabled source devices to utilize a USB Type-C connector to directly connect to HDMI-enabled displays, and deliver native HDMI signals over a simple cable without the need for cumbersome protocol and connector adapters or dongles.
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We live in an era where it is almost impossible to live without computers. While many are satisfied using just their smartphones, the majority still depend on a desktop computer or laptop to get their work done. A smartphone simply does not have the required productivity levels or processing power of a full-fledged PC. However, people are often forced to use their smartphones or tablets just because they do not wish to lug around a desktop rig or a laptop. What if you were able to have a PC that fits right into your pocket? What if you could have all your files and settings just the way you like? The Intel® compute stick does just that.
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Intel has launched a new HDMI dongle that is actually a Windows 8.1 computer stick at CES 2015. Dubbed as Intel Compute stick, the device was teased in November last year.
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Its been several years now since mobile phones graduated from being just phones to mobile computing devices. They are now the center of your digital life and are a principal means of consumption and to some extent even creation of your personal content. As capabilities increase however, the humble smartphone is graduating to a greater role. The role of your digital hub. Continue reading “Silicon Image & MHL: A Primer”
Dell was rumoured to be working on a really unique product, an Android dongle that could run the operating system, in a compact form factor comparable to a Chromecast. As wild as the idea seemed, it has now taken the form of a real product in the Dell Wyse Cloud Connect, an Android dongle, aimed at enterprise users who want to carry their work for access everywhere, in a compact form factor. The dongle runs Android 4.1 Jellybean and can be used on any HDMI supported screen, like a HDTV, a projector, MHL compatible touch monitors(for full Android touch functionality), or can be paired up with Bluetooth mice and keyboards for the usual interaction like a PC. Out of the box, the Wyse Cloud Connect will also run Citrix, VMWare or Microsoft remote desktop clients. Dell hopes this will entice enterprise users for the portability it offers.
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Now Sony Ericsson may not be the foremost makers of Android phones, nonetheless they release exceptionally trendy devices. The blogosphere have been talking about Nozomi from a couple of days previously, and now some guys got their hands on the snaps of the manufacturer’s forthcoming Sony Ericsson flagship device and its specs too. This device is code named Sony Ericsson LT26i.
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The Nokia N8 features HD video Playback via HDMI which is of superior quality compared to the traditional TV-out cable . We showed you Video playback on the N8 from Singapore and now we show you HD video playback on a TV through HDMI which we recorded at an event in Delhi yesterday ! Continue reading “Video – Nokia N8 HDMI TV Out”