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1:03 – Hardware overview
1:54 – Streaming / Casting from Android device
3:01 – Game latency / lag from Android
3:46 – Casting from Windows
4:27 – Game casting lag / latency on Windows
5:27 – Windows configuration app
5:51 – Overscan adjustment
7:37 – Conclusion and final thoughts
This is the second iteration of the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter. It allows Android and Windows devices to connect via the Miracast or Intel WiDi protocols.
At $49 it’s more expensive than a Chromecast that does more, but it also has some of the lowest latency I’ve seen on a screen casting device. It still isn’t great for gaming but it’s much better than I’ve seen on other Miracast devices.
I have found connectivity to sometimes be hit or miss. Sometimes it takes a long time to connect, other times it doesn’t connect at all. There is no master compatibility list but generally any Windows device that came with Windows 8 or 10 should work. Android devices running 4.4 KitKat or later should also work.
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