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HDMI is one of the basic feature of the laptops and modern TVs these days. HDMI stands for "High-Definition Multimedia Interface" and let you transfer the display of your device to another display device. So, you can connect the display of your laptop or smartphone to your HDMI supported TV and enjoy the visual in big size.

Usually HDMI features is used with the help of HDMI cable which connects your HDMI tv with your laptop or smartphone. But recently I have received an interesting gadget to review from GearBest.com which gives you the ability to use HDMI wirelessly. Tronsmart T1000 Mirror2TV is a HDMI Dongle Adapter which let you get rid of the HDMI cables and provide even more features as well.

Have a look on the detailed review of the Tronsmart T1000 Mirror2TV HDMI Dongle Adapter below.

Tronsmart T1000 Mirror2TV HDMI Dongle Adapter : Hands-On Review


Inside the Box


You will not find much inside the retail box of Tronsmart T1000 Mirror2TV. There is the WiFi HDMI Dongle Adapter, multi-output cable and a user manual. That’s all you need actually to use this device.

Tronsmart T1000 Mirror2TV Wireless HDMI Dongle Adapter : Hands-On Review

The USB cable comes with the WiFi module , a micro USB and standard USB pins. You can connect the cable to the USB port of your TV or to a USB power charger to provide the power to the WiFi module and the dongle.


Design


Tronsmart T1000 Mirror2TV HDMI Dongle Adapter is compact in size and not much bigger than the size of a standard USB drive. On one end there is the HDMI pin connector just like a USB drive and on the other end, you will find a micro USB port.

There are small holes in the back of the device and a little blue LED which turns on when you plug the device to the power source. The overall size of the device is small and it weighs just 15 grams. You can carry it anywhere you want.


Installation


The installation of the Tronsmart T1000 Mirror2TV is very easy. To connect your smartphone and laptop wirelessly to your HDMI TV, all you need to do is to visit the official website of Tronsmart and download the required app for your device. You can use Tronsmart T1000 Mirror2TV for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS devices. So, doesn’t matter which type of device you want to use for HDMI projection, you can easily use it with Tronsmart T1000 Mirror2TV.

Tronsmart T1000 Mirror2TV Wireless HDMI Dongle Adapter : Hands-On Review

Once the software is installed on your device, just connect the HDMI Dongle Adapter to the HDMI port of your compatible TV or projector. Select the HDMI mode on your TV and launch the Tronsmart software on your device and follow the specific instruction for your OS. It took me not more than two minutes in connecting the display of my laptop with my Samsung smartTV using Tronsmart T1000 Mirror2TV.


Features


It supports all major OS and devices. So, you can use this Wireless HDMI Dongle Adapter on most of the devices having either Windows, Mac OSX, Android or iOS. So, you will have a device which can be used as Miracast, DLNA, EZCAST and Air Play. You can play multimedia files like images, video and audio directly on your HDMI compatible TV or projector. Also, it goes exactly the same way for all document files like PowerPoint presentation, Excel, Word etc.

It supports the casting of videos in full 1080p HD quality. But if your TV doesn’t support FHD, you can reduce the resolution to 720p to cast.

Tronsmart T1000 Mirror2TV Wireless HDMI Dongle Adapter : Hands-On Review

Pros

- Very affordable

- You can use the same Wireless HDMI Dongle Adapter with different OS devices

- You can use it as Miracast, DLNA, EZCAST and Air Play

- Good quality casting

- Easy setup

Cons

You still have to carry the cable to use the WiFi module and power.


Conclusion


If you are looking for an affordable way to connect the display of your laptop , tablet or smartphone with your HDMI TV then, Tronsmart T1000 Mirror2TV HDMI Dongle Adapter is the best in every way. You can connect your smartphone and laptop wirelessly to your TV and enjoy the gaming, pictures and videos on bigger screen.

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