Hands-on with the ACCELL MHL to HDMI adapter and HTC Media Link DLNA adapter

Hands-on with the ACCELL MHL to HDMI adapter and HTC Media Link DLNA adapter

Summary: As we move to using our smartphones and tablets more and more for advanced functions like web browsing and media, there are valid reasons for wanting to view and share that media content on larger screens. I recently had the chance to take a look at two connection products for viewing this content on large HD TVs; the HTC Media Link and ACCELL MHL to HDMI adapter. One works to provide a full output experience while the other has limited media streaming functions.

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  • The ACCELL MHL to HDMI adapter comes in a clear plastic retail package with clear directions.

    Check out my full ZDNet Mobile Gadgeteer post for details on using these adapters and embedded YouTube videos of both adapters.

  • The ACCELL MHL adapter measures 6 inches in length with a microUSB male end and a HDMI female end for connectivity.

  • Here you can see the female and male ends of the adapter cable.

Topic: HTC

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