The only thing that is not fully satisfying when it comes to our smartphones or tablets is that the display is not as big as we want it to be. Lucky for us that Philips has figured that out and came up with a pretty interesting solution: Philips Miracast monitor 239C4QHWAB allows you to stream Full HD content through a wireless connectivity. So if you ever dreamed of streaming content directly from your tablet or smartphone straight to a monitor, your dream has just come true.
The Philips Miracast monitor or the wireless display features Wi-Fi Direct tech which means that you can connect 2 devices for a wireless communication between each other. If you have any Android tablet or smartphone the Philips Miracast monitor will accept the content and stream it.
Philips says that the new monitor display is like HDMI without a cable connection. Once you have a connection between the monitor and the Android device, all the content is mirrored on the new monitor, thus the name Miracast. You can activate the cool monitor by clicking the button on the keypad at the base of the Miracast.
Philips Miracast Monitor – Compatibility
The new display from Philips works on devices like LG G2 and Nexus 7 but also on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Make sure you check the settings menu on your device because the Philips Miracast monitor supports MHL as well, through a microUSB port.
The display resolution is 1920×1080 and the screen has a 16:9 aspect ratio, with a color range of 16.7 million. Other great features that you can enjoy wuth Philips Miracast monitor are: SmartKolor, SmartImage and SmartContrast that adjust automatically to give you the best image possible. It also has built-in 3W speakers and the brightness of the monitor has a 250 cd/m2 rate.
The new Philips Miracast monitor will be available starting this month for £249.