Optoma HDCast Pro MHL Multimedia and Mirroring Stick
HDCast Pro is a powerful and versatile 1080p HDMI MHL enabled multimedia stick for business, education, and home use. HDCast Pro is capable of screen mirroring via Miracast and Airplay on iOS, Android, Mac OS X, and Windows devices. Screen mirroring duplicates the entire screen and displays for everyone in the room to view. Screen mirroring is perfect for sharing CRM data with colleagues and clients, delivering a lesson to students on the significance of water on Mars, watching Game of Thrones on Netflix with family, or sharing vacation photos with friends.
HDCast Pro is lightweight and portable, easily fitting into the side pocket of a backpack or front pants pocket enabling digital media content, documents, and presentations to be shown anywhere, anytime. The HDCast Pro Application delivers the freedom to PlayTo, Push and Cast music, pictures and videos from any smartphone, laptop, tablet or computer directly to Optoma projectors or any HDMI enabled HDTV. HDCast Pro supports a large variety of digital media formats with everything from MKV and MOV video files to MP3 an dFLAC HD audio files to JPEG and BMP image files.
Need to share a cute cat video or latest movie trailer on YouTube? With HDCast Pro’s Web Browser and Cloud Video portal watching videos from YouTube and Vimeo is simple and fast. Use the included Document Viewer to effortlessly share Word documents, Excel documents, and PowerPoint presentations or utilize HDCast Pro’s Cloud Storage to access documents, presentations and audio video files.
Full HD 1080p
1080p resolution gives you sharp and detailed images from HD content without downscaling or compression; perfect for watching movies, viewing photos and documents.
Connect the HDCast PRO - BLACK directly to an MHL enabled projector or display without the need for external power.
Connect the HDCast PRO - BLACK 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.
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.
View photos stored on a device directly on your projector or display wirelessly. Perfect for sharing those holiday snaps with family and friends.
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.
Display content stored on your home network on a projector or display device.
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.
Built-in web browser
Browse and surf the internet on a big screen.
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.
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.
Compatible with AirPlay®, you can wirelessly stream what's on your Apple mobile device and Mac to your projector or display device. Or mirror exactly what's on your mobile device to the big screen.
Split screen 4:1
Simultaneously present from up to four devices - perfect for sharing ideas during a meeting.
Live camera mode
Turn your mobile device into a visualiser. Instantly stream live camera footage to a projector or display from your mobile device.
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Q:What kind of range does it have?Asked on 10/26/2017 by xizwyck from undisclosed
A:100 feet.Answered on 12/6/2017 by ProjectorPeople.com from Tampa, FL
Q:Since the screen mirroring duplicates the entire screen, does that mean that if you are watching a youtube video it will show huge black bars on the top and bottom (assuming you are using an iPhone)? What if you tilt your screen on your phone? Will that fix it? Will it rotate it to fit the projector screen?Asked on 1/2/2016 by akalonestar from Dallas, TX
A:it will show everything that your phone is showing so yes if you have bars showing on your phone they will be displayed through the projectorAnswered on 1/6/2016 by Stacey from Tampa