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Belkin Miracast Video Adapter

Belkin Miracast Video Adapter

The Belkin Miracast Video Adapter wirelessly displays movies, games, photos, and apps from your mobile device on your HDTV, so you can enjoy the same content on a much larger screen. With 1080p resolution, this adapter provides a full, rich picture as you stream videos or play games. It’s easily installed by plugging into your HDMI port, and its small, wireless design keeps it out of your way.

Wirelessly Displays Smartphone Content on HDTV Screen

The Belkin Miracast Video Adapter lets you display movies, games, apps, and other content from your smartphone or computer on your HDTV screen. Share photos with your friends without having to crowd around a small display, stream music through your HDTV speakers for better sound, or watch movies and TV shows already downloaded and saved to your device.

HDMI Extension Cable for Wall-Mounted HDTVs

An included HDMI extension cable gives you the option of running a cable from the Miracast to your HDTV, rather than plugging it directly into your HDTV’s HDMI port. This is especially useful if your HDTV is mounted flush against the wall, or if the rear HDMI ports are difficult to reach.

Wirelessly display content from your mobile device to your HDTV screen.
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Play Games Made for Your Smartphone

Play games made for your smartphone directly on your HDTV with the Miracast Video Adapter. Your device acts as the controller, letting you enjoy the same fun gaming actions but with a better display. Ease eyestrain by viewing addictive smartphone games on a larger screen.

1080p resolution for full, rich HDTV picture.

High Resolution Provides Clear, Vibrant Picture

Graphics from your smartphone appear clear and vibrant on your HDTV screen, thanks to the Miracast Video Adapter’s 1080p resolution. Enjoy a full, rich picture while you stream movies and TV shows, play games, or view a friend’s photo album online.

A low profile keeps the adapter hidden from view.

Small Adapter Stays Out of Your Way

The Miracast Video Adapter has a low-profile design so it stays out of your way. Since it connects wirelessly, you won’t have to worry about tripping over messy cables, and its small size makes it easy to transport between home and the office.

Plug it directly into your HDTV’s HDMI port.
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Plugs into HDMI Port for Easy Setup

Designed for easy setup, the Miracast Video Adapter connects to your HDTV’s HDMI port and USB port (the adapter is powered via USB). Follow the quick installation guide, and you’re ready to view smartphone content on your large HDTV screen without the hassle of software.

Compatibility Information

Miracast is natively supported from Android 4.2.X and up, although support can vary per device. Some manufacturers built Miracast into earlier 4.1.X devices. Check with your device manufacturer and the Belkin support pages for compatibility information.

Easy setup with the quick installation guide.

What’s in the Box

Belkin Miracast Video Adapter, USB power cable, HDMI extension cable, and quick installation guide.

  • Effortlessly play smartphone movies, games and apps on your HDTV
  • 1080p resolution for full, rich HDTV picture
  • Plug into your HDTV USB port, and you’re ready to go
  • Wi-Fi CERTIFIED with Miracast
  • Package Includes: Miracast Adapter, USB Power Cable, HDMI Extension Cable and Quick Installation Guide
  • Currently not compatible with these devices: Google Nexus 7 (Model: 2012, OS: Adroid 4.3), Google Nexus 10 (Model: SLSI/BCM4334, OS: Android 4.2.2 and up), HTC One (Model: T-Mobile, OS: Android 4.1.2), Samsung Note 2 (Model: N7105)

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  1. 12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Terrific way to turn your HDMI equipped TV into a smart device…Whether it justifies the price depends on how u plan to use it, March 1, 2014
    David Pearlman “sound fanatic” (Arlington, MA) –
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)

    This review is from: Belkin Miracast Video Adapter (Electronics)
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    You can be forgiven for getting confused by all the new HDMI “dongle” appliances that seem to be coming onto the market. You have android platforms on a dongle. You have the Google Chromecast device. And you have several vendors offering “Miracast” devices. What’s a poor boy to do?

    Well, here’s the quick shake out:

    1) Most of the full android platform devices are for geeks only. A lot of them are underpowered, are difficult to interact with, etc. To be honest, I’d stay away from those, unless you know exactly what you’re doing. And if you do, then you’re not reading my review, anyway.

    2) The Google Chromecast has probably received the most attention. It’s nice, and allows you to stream a few content providers (Netflix, etc.) to your TV “out of the box”. Recently, Google has loosened the reigns on the device and toolkit, and now more apps are getting supported. You can also stream whatever is in your Google Chrome browser from some platforms. The upside is that the device is cheap ($35 list). The downside is, I’ve found, that it doesn’t always play nice with platforms like phones, and the built in wifi (how it communicates with your world) is mediocre. It also offered extremely limited functionality until recently, although, as noted, that’s changing.

    3) The Miracast video adaptor, such as the one being sold here under the Belkin name. This is basically a wireless TV adapter. If your device is capable of wireless broadcasting of video, then it transmits its signal to the Miracast, which then pushes that to your TV screen. IMHO, and in my experience, this is more useful than the more limited Chromecast dongle. However, it’s also about twice as expensive.

    In my hands, I find that the Belkin Miracast works very well. I was able to set up a connection between my phone my Miracast/TV in about 1 minute without reading any manual. From that point forward, ANYTHING that was on my phone screen appeared on the TV, exactly as it appeared on the phone. I used it with video streaming (Netflix, Youtube) and found that the connection held quite well, and the picture quality was excellent. The one downside was that there were occasional pixelation glitches on the screen (but not on the phone). But these were a very minor nuisance (and a considerably smaller issue than when using the Google Chromecast, for comparison). After streaming for an hour and a half from Netflix, the adaptor didn’t get too hot, and was still working fine.

    On the basis of functionality, i.e. doing what it’s supposed to do, it’s great.

    Breaking things down on a pro/con basis:


    1) Super easy to set up if you have a Miracast broadcast (wireless monitor) enabled device
    2) Easy installation
    3) Held the signal well
    4) Good picture quality
    5) Dongle worked fine out of the box. No need for a firmware update. None of the nightmares (bad firmware) that people have reported with first generation Miracast devices from other manufacturers.

    1) Requires USB power input in additional to HDMI connection. If your TV has a HDMI port on the back, this just means connecting that port to the USB input on the dongle, using the supplied cable. If you don’t have a USB connector on the back of your TV, then you’ll need to buy a USB power adaptor. This adds clutter. But again, the same is true of the Google Chromecast.

    2) Only works with Miracast enabled devices. I have two cell phones at home. One, a top of the line Razr MAXX phone from a couple of years ago, does not support Miracast. My newer phone (Moto X) does. For the most part, only recent phones actually support Miracast. So check before buying if that’s your use case. As for PCs, any PC that supports wireless and that came with Windows 8 or 8.1 supports Miracast–provided you’ve updated the OS to Windows 8.1. Older PCs that have been upgraded to Windows 8.1 may or may not support Miracast (check before you buy).

    3) Miracast is essentially a second screen technology. That means that your source device will show the same picture as the Miracast device and you may not have a way of turning off the source device screen. On my phone, for example, I couldn’t find a way to do that.

    4) In the end, Miracast should be considered basically IDENTICAL in functionality to running a HDMI cable from your source device to the TV. There’s no functional difference whatsoever. So if you have a source device and the idea of running a HDMI cable from your source device to the TV is not offensive/problematic, just do that–you’ll save money and won’t have to deal with the occasional data glitches inherent in wireless streaming.

    So, in the end, would I recommend this? Sure, IF you need it, and if your source device(s) support it. Look again at #4 above: For many people, this is a lot cooler than a HDMI cable, but it doesn’t get you…

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  2. 15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Product Faulty, January 22, 2014

    This review is from: Belkin Miracast Video Adapter (Electronics)
    I bought this direct from the Belkin website – I travel a lot and have used this on five separate occasions since it arrived with different TV’s and WiFi networks (hotels). Each time the unit pairs easily (with my Kindle Fire HDX) and starts to play the video with audio without a problem then it very quickly starts to heat up. After about 3 minutes it is very hot to the touch and the audio starts to break down and then cuts completely. After a couple of more minutes the unit feels like it is about to catch fire and the video just freezes on the TV. The Video and Audio are then kicked back to the Kindle and you are left with a frozen TV screen and a very, very hot little Belkin dongle. Now all this is fine, it is probably just a bad apple in the batch. Except that when I tried to replace the unit through the Belkin customer service I have just spent 50 minutes talking, repeating and on hold with three separate reps to a point where I have just told them to refund my money so I can get on with life. And the lesson is BUY FROM AMAZON. If it doesn’t work they just replace without fuss, Amazon picks up the postage and you are back up and running in a couple of days. I usually always get everything through Amazon (mainly for the service) but the Belkin Miracast states 2 to 5 weeks delivery on Amazon so I thought just this once I’d go against my better judgment and order direct from Belkin. So how’s that working for you? The one plus point is probably the color……


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  3. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazingly Good!, February 24, 2014
    Erol Esen (Rochester, NY United States) –

    This review is from: Belkin Miracast Video Adapter (Electronics)
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    Belkin Miracast Video Adapter is as good as the Google Chrome Cast is bad.

    When I got the Chrome Cast, my immediate want was to display Google Earth on the large screen. Can’t. Why? Because Google Earth is not a valid app to view through the Cast. What??! Only Netflix or YouTube I could see on the big TV. Was Google Kidding?

    Enter Belkin. Wow…I can see whatever I see on the Google Nexus on the big TV, including Google Earth without any noticeable lag. You can rotate the planet around, pinch into a specific location, zoom out. I love it!


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  4. Put a new sound card to replace the onboard one.

  5. Network Card
    Wireless Card
    HDMI card

    Just about anything you want to upgrade will use the PCI slots on the back of your PC

  6. PCI is short for Peripheral Component Interconnect. The PCI slot is a local system bus standard that was introduced by the Intel Corporation, however, it is not exclusive to any form of processors and PCI slots are found in both Windows PCs and Macs. PCI slots allow numerous different types of expansion cards to be connected inside a computer to extend the computers functionality. Examples of PCI expansion cards are network cards, graphics cards and sound cards. A good graphics card or audio card upgrade would be my choice but other things that might fit in your PCI slot would be chewing gum, graham cracker, string cheese, or chick peas. I guess you have to decide which is most beneficial to you. Good Luck.

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