Turn your projector into a wireless display and share content on a big screen. The powerful HDCast Pro enables you to wirelessly present documents, images and videos stored on your mobile device or laptop in Full HD 1080p to your projector with ease. Compatible with Miracast™ and DLNA™.
Connect the HDCast Pro directly to an MHL enabled projector or display without the need for external power.
Connect the HDCast Pro directly to a HDMI port and power the device via the USB-A power port on the projector or TV. Or use an external USB power adapter.
Mirror exactly what's on your laptop or Mac directly on the big screen. Perfect for sharing presentations directly from your computer, eliminating the hassle and extra cost of installing long cables.
Mirror exactly what's on your Android® device directly on the big screen via the app.
Presenters can wirelessly share and present Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDF documents and photos stored on a mobile device directly on a projector or display.
Stream video files stored on a device directly to your projector or display wirelessly; eliminating the hassle and extra cost of installing long cables.
Stream audio files stored on a device directly to your projector or display wirelessly; eliminating the hassle and extra cost of installing long cables.
Draw and annotate on the projected image from your mobile device - grab your audience’s attention with multiple colours, either freehand or using the tools provided to highlight key points.
Turn your mobile device into a visualiser. Instantly stream live camera footage to a projector or display from your mobile device.
Simultaneously present from up to four devices - perfect for sharing ideas during a meeting.
Access files and display content stored on Dropbox, Google Drive and other cloud storage services.
Display content from YouTube, Vimeo, TED and other online video streaming services.
Browse and surf the internet on a big screen.
Display content stored on your home network on a projector or display device.
"The HDCast Pro is an interesting “plus” for the spontaneous presentation of mobile content – especially in connection with tablets and smartphones.”
Out of the box, this is a relatively straightforward piece of technology to install -- although Windows, Mac, Android and Apple iOS are all supported. , really.
Getting the device hooked up for mirroring via Apple AirPlay on iPad works well... and of course the benefit here is that literally anything you are watching on any 'TV app' on your iPad you can wirelessly broadcast to your TV screen.
Where this device arguably comes into its own is when you're on the move staying in a hotel... the ability to stream from laptop or tablet straight to the television (assuming an HDMI connection is fairly standard now) is a real joy.
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