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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  • This image shows the power cable plugged into the MHL adapter.

  • As you can see the HTC Flyer display is shown on the 37" TV. This is the display that appears when using the DLNA adapter, but you can view this and much more when using the MHL adapter.

  • This image shows that the full HTC Sense UI and Flyer display appears on the TV when connected via the MHL adapter.

Topic: HTC

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