Exploring Microsoft’s Foray Into Intel® Wireless Display (WiDi)

One of the newest additions to the Intel Wireless Display family is Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter. The small form factor adapter connects directly to any HDMI port featured display and uses USB power, and also supports any content and any applications on the market.

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A recent study shows that users experience a significant increase in productivity and efficiency when using multiple screens.

Microsoft’s new wireless adapter is compatible with Windows 8/8.1 and Android OS 4.2+, and can seamlessly pair with any device featuring Wi-Fi Alliance Certified Miracast technology to mirror or extend the device’s screen.

Certified as Intel WiDi adapter, Microsoft Wireless Adapter delivers a HDMI cable like user experience that lets you watch movies, give presentations, and generally untether yourself from your monitor or TV at a very reasonable price — US MSRP $59.95.

Click here for more information on Intel WiDi.
Click here to shop Microsoft Wireless Adapter.

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