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How to Outsmart Your Hotel Room TV and Use Its HDMI Ports for Anything You Want

Hotels can be stingy about what guests are allowed to do with their TVs. For example, if you try to plug your own device into your room’s TV to watch your own content, odds are good that are nothing will happen. Hotel TVs are usually plugged into external boxes that track your hotel room’s TV activity and control what…Read more...
Tags: Travel, TV, Hotels, Vacation, Lifehacks, Hdmi


Rock Me Amadeus: Will The 2021 Cadillac Escalade Have The Chops?

As the 2021 Cadillac Escalade prepares to enter the market, the shoes to fill are big.For over 20 years, the Cadillac SUV has served as a status symbol and cultural icon.Engineers and designers were specific in their approach, especially with the interior.Super Cruise, an OLED display, and a Night Vision system are among the tech features. One of the biggest curve balls: a Duramax turbo-diesel engine will be available for 2021. did you know Escalade is a reference to...
Tags: Colorado, China, Vienna, Canada, United States, Gm, Autos, Jazz, Detroit Lions, Bmw, North America, Frank Sinatra, Rod Stewart, Eric Clapton, Hdmi, Carlisle


Smart TV hub Solaborate secures $10M Series A and a go-to-market partnership

When siblings Labinot and Mimoza Bytyqi fled the war in Kosovo in 1999, arriving as refugees on the West Coast of the US, they would have had no idea they’d go on to launch a technology company together. But as adults, the pair set up attacking the $6.7 billion telepresence and video communication category which hasn’t evolved much since the older business systems form Cisco and Polycom . By integrating their Solaborate device with Smart TVs, the entrepreneurs have come up with a drasticall...
Tags: Google, TC, Messenger, Europe, Video, Technology, Microsoft, US, Tech, Cisco, Encryption, United States, Telecommunications, Denmark, West Coast, Kosovo


HDMI 2.1 is going to be big in 2020. Here’s everything you need to know

HDMI 2.1 is finally here, and it will become even more important in 2020. But there are many questions to be answered. We break down the latest version of the all-in-one cable standard.
Tags: Trends, Other, Home Theater, Hdmi, Hdmi Cables, Hdmi Hdcp, HDMI 2.1, HDCP 2.2, HDMI 2.0, Tier 4


Lenovo goes open source with RK3399 and AM5708 SBCs

Lenovo’s open-spec, $141 “Leez P710” SBC runs Ubuntu or Android 9.0 on an RK3399 with 4GB LPDDR4, 16GB eMMC, 40-pin GPIO, M.2, HDMI 2.0, and 4x USB ports. Up next is a Leez P515 board with a TI AM5708.
Tags: Linux, Lenovo, Hdmi, SBC, GPIO


The Symbus Q wirelessly charges, provides extra ports, connects devices, and fits into your pocket

The Moshi Symbus Q is a literal two-bird-one-stone scenario, with the added benefit of the stone being a stylish rectangle that’s compact enough to fit right into your backpack. The Moshi Symbus Q provides you with a way to wirelessly charge your smartphone (even through rugged cases) while giving your laptop extra ports to work with, namely a 4K HDMI, Ethernet, and 2x USB 3.0 ports. Additionally, it comes with a USB Type-C input that supplies it with power, and a USB Type-C output that you can ...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Usb, Cellphones, Ethernet, Laptop, Laptops, Hdmi, Product Design, Hub, Moshi, Wireless Charger, Symbus Q


NVIDIA’s new Shield TV wins the Android TV market with amazing 4K upscaling

NVIDIA has a new family of Android TV-based streaming devices, as tipped early via a couple of leaks from online stores. The new NVIDIA Shield TV ($149) and Shield TV Pro ($199) replace the existing Shield TV generation of hardware, which debuted in 2017. Both new Shields offer new Tegra X1+ processors, which outperform the predecessor chip by about 25 percent, and make possible one of this Shield’s new highlight features: AI-powered 3K up-conversion for HD content. Both Shield TV and Shield ...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Google, Amazon, Android, TC, Gadgets, Technology, Android TV, Disney, Tech, AV, Apple TV, Usb, Artificial Intelligence, Netflix


Roku to launch low-cost versions of its soundbar and subwoofer under Walmart’s onn brand

Roku will produce lower-cost versions of its new Smart Soundbar and Wireless Subwoofer for Walmart under the retailer’s own onn brand, the company announced this morning. While already Roku offers distinct versions of some of its streaming media players exclusively for retailers like Walmart and Best Buy, the company had briefly mentioned a larger deal with Walmart in its second-quarter financial report. In addition to the Roku TVs and players sold at Walmart, Roku had said it would offer ...
Tags: Hardware, Media, Audio, Speakers, Tech, Walmart, Best, Streaming, Roku, Subwoofer, Hdmi, Soundbar, Dolby Audio, Roku TV, Onn, Mark Ely


The Hollyland Mars 300 is an affordable HDMI transmitter with decent performance

I’ll be honest. I’d never heard of Hollyland when they reached out to me and asked if I could have a look at their Mars 300 wireless video transmitter (Amazon | B&H). Will I be keeping my eye out for more stuff from them after having tried read? Read on to find out.  The Mars […] The post The Hollyland Mars 300 is an affordable HDMI transmitter with decent performance appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Reviews, Photography, Mars, Hdmi, On Location, Field Monitor, HDMI Monitor, Wireless Video, Camera Monitor, Video Workflow, Hollyland Mars, Hollyland


HDMI vs. DisplayPort

HDMI and DisplayPort are two of the most popular connectors for hooking up consoles, gaming PCs, TVs, and monitors, but which is best? To find out, we pitted HDMI vs. DisplayPort and compared their best and worst features. The post HDMI vs. DisplayPort appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Computing, Home Theater, Ports, Hdmi, Displayport


What You Need to Know About HDMI 2.1 and 8K TVs in 2019

You’re going to hear a lot about HDMI 2.1 in 2019. It’s the latest iteration on the A/V connection format that consumers have used since it replaced previous A/V connections nearly two decades ago, and with 8K TVs ready to beat down the door into your living room, HDMI 2.1 is a necessary and much-anticipated upgrade.Read more...
Tags: Lifehacks, Hdr, Hdmi, Dolby Atmos, 4k Uhd, 8K, 8K TV, Hdmi 21, Hdmi 20


ROG ZEPHYRUS S GX701 ultra-slim gaming laptop with 17.3-inch 144Hz display and Mothership GZ700 announced

Asus's ROG brand has introduced the Mothership GZ700 and ZEPHYRUS S GX701 ultra-slim gaming laptops which comes with ultra-fast 144Hz/3ms G-Sync display powered by the latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics and Intel Core i98950HK CPU that runs at up to 4.3GHz with all six core.  The ROG Mothership GZ700 gaming device sports a 17.3-inches FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS-level panel display with 144Hz, 3ms, 100% sRGB, Optimus, G-SYNC. It is powered by the Intel Core i9-8950HK coupled with NVIDIA GeForce RTX...
Tags: News, Asus, Blogging, Intel, Ces, Nvidia, ROG, Hdmi, Thunderbolt, Intel Core, CES 2019, Mothership GZ700, ZEPHYRUS S GX701 ultra-slim


Asus TUF FX505 with 15.6-inch 120Hz display and TUF FX705 with AMD Ryzen 5 3550H, up to 32GB RAM announced

ASUS has announced TUF Gaming FX505DY and FX705DY gaming laptops powered by the latest AMD Ryzen 5 3550H processor, with up to 32GB of RAM. This new platform is paired with discrete Radeon graphics coupled with vivid FreeSync displays. The laptops are powered by the 2nd Gen Ryzen Mobile APU which is built on 12nm technology. The Asus TUF Gaming FX505DY sports a 15.6-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) display with 120Hz NanoEdge IPS-level. It packs up to 32GB DDR4-2666 RAM and up to 512GB NVMe SSD and...
Tags: News, Asus, Blogging, Ces, Usb, Hdmi, Gen, AUS, AMD Ryzen, Radeon RX, Asus TUF FX505, Asus TUF FX705, Radeon RX 560X Connectivity


QLED is finally available in a glass display with the HP Pavilion 27

HP today announced the Pavilion 27 and it looks spectacular. This is the first display that offers a QLED screen — HP calls it by it’s official name Quantum Dot — that’s on glass instead of film. The differences should be clear. When offered on glass, the images are sharper and cleaner — though so is the glare. I like glass displays. This is a big step forward in the display world and should open up opportunities for additional products both larger and smaller. This screen offers over a billion ...
Tags: Gadgets, Technology, Television, Tech, Computer Hardware, Usb-c, Hdmi, Vesa, Displayport, CES 2019


The tiniest HDMI adapter turns your iPad into a home theater

2018 marks the year that Type-C became the big standard it promised it would be. With the iPad Pro adopting it, alongside the MacBook (and rumors that the iPhone would too), Type-C finally made its way across all dominant operating systems, from Windows, to Chrome OS, to Mac, to Android, and iOS. So if there’s a good time to start adopting Type-C (or USB-C), it’s right now.The beauty of the Type-C standard is that its compact and universal. It’s present everywhere, and works everywhere, and pret...
Tags: Deals, Gadgets, Design, Television, Macbook, Cellphones, 4k, Desktops, Adapter, Popular, Hdmi, Product Design, Nonda, Usb C, Type C


The new iPad Pro has a USB-C port – so what can it do, exactly?

The iPad finally gets a dedicated port for connectivity, as you’d find on a “desktop” computer – and it’s loaded with potential uses, from power to music gear. Let’s break down exactly what it can do. “USB-C” is a port type; it refers to the reversible, slim, oval-shaped connector on the newest gadgets. But it doesn’t actually describe what the port can do as far as capabilities. So initially, Apple’s reference to the “USB-C” port on the latest iPad Pro generation was pretty vague. Since then,...
Tags: Apple, Ios, Ipad, Mobile, Apps, Accessories, Music, Tech, Power, Usb, Gear, Stories, Tablets, Charging, Dolby, Ipad Pro


The most sensible professional VR headset ever designed

The future in which we’re perpetually strapped to AR or VR headsets is a distant, dystopic one. At most, we’d use a VR headset for 2-3 hours of work or gaming, in conjunction with our desktop PC. That temporary use is what triggered the design of the Pega VR4. It sits in its dock, right beside your desktop, and plugs to your head when you need.Short and fragmented VR experiences are much more likely in the present and the near future, says designer YuHsun Chung. People often take to VR to visual...
Tags: Gadgets, Design, Virtual Reality, Headset, Hdmi, Product Design, Pega, LAN USB, AR / VR, YuHsun Chung, VR4


Which DIY Tech Repairs Are Legal Under the Latest DCMA Copyright Rulings

Every three years, the U.S. Government hears arguments from private citizens, small businesses, tech experts, and major corporations on what kinds of repairs or modifications users should legally be allowed to perform on the tech they own. The most recent of these hearings was held earlier in 2018, and the U.S.…Read more...
Tags: Diy, Copyright, Dmca, Drm, Lifehacks, Hdmi, Jailbreaking Smartphones


NanoPi Neo4 SBC breaks RK3399 records for size and price

FriendlyElec has launched a $45, Rockchip RK3399 based “NanoPi Neo4” SBC with a 60 x 45mm footprint, WiFi/BT, GbE, USB 3.0, HDMI 2.0, MIPI-CSI, a 40-pin header, and -20 to 70? support — but only 1GB of RAM. In August, FriendlyElec introduced the NanoPi M4, which was then the smallest, most affordable Rockchip RK3399 based […]
Tags: Linux, Hdmi, SBC, FriendlyElec


I Don't Have Enough HDMI Ports for This Shit

In a move looking to capitalize on the success of Nintendo’s mini retro consoles, today Sony announced a mini PlayStation Classic for $100. And even though Sony has only revealed five of the 20 games that will come pre-installed on the mini PSX, I’m a sucker for this particular vein of nostalgia marketing, and I can…Read more...
Tags: Gaming, Science, Playstation, Sony, Nintendo, Ports, Tvs, Hdmi, PSX, PlayStation Classic, Hdmi Apocalypse, Retro Consoles


What is HDMI 2.0b? Here’s everything you need to know

HDMI 2.0b is the backbone for many of the latest updates in 4K UHD technology. And while a new cable standard can often involve a bunch of changes for consumers, that is not the case this time around. The post What is HDMI 2.0b? Here’s everything you need to know appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Computing, Home Theater, Cables, Hdmi, 4k Ultra Hd, HDMI 2.0a


HDMI 2.0b explained: Everything you sneed to know

HDMI 2.0b is the backbone for many of the latest updates in 4K UHD technology. And while a new cable standard can often involve a bunch of changes for consumers, that is not the case this time around. The post HDMI 2.0b explained: Everything you sneed to know appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Computing, Home Theater, Cables, Hdmi, 4k Ultra Hd, HDMI 2.0a


Nvidia’s GTX 11 Series may get people ready for the next generation of VR

Unnamed sources claim that Nvidia’s upcoming GeForce GTX 1180 add-in graphics card for desktops will likely include a proprietary connector for virtual reality headsets to support 120Hz refresh rates over a single cable. The post Nvidia’s GTX 11 Series may get people ready for the next generation of VR appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Gaming, News, Trends, Computing, Nvidia, Virtual Reality, Hdmi, Gamescom, GTX 11 Series


The UDOO BOLT is a powerful computer on a tiny board

When we last met UDOO the team was building a powerful Raspberry Pi-based DIY board with a bunch of impressive features including more ports and a better processor. Now the team behind the first units has released the UDOO BOLT, a DIY board that can run “AAA games” thanks to a built-in AMD Ryzen Embedded V1202B 3.2 GHz SoC processor and a Radeon Vega 3 graphics card. The system is also Arduino compatible so you can connect it to your robotics and other electronics projects. The BOLT, when outfit...
Tags: Travel, TC, Gadgets, Internet Of Things, Raspberry Pi, Electronics, Intel, Ram, Computing, Linux, Arduino, Amd, AAA, Hdmi, Sata, Mac Mini


The Sonos Beam is the soundbar evolved

Sonos has always gone its own way. The speaker manufacturer dedicated itself to network-connected speakers before there were home networks and they sold a tablet-like remote control before there were tablets. Their surround sound systems install quickly and run seamlessly. You can buy a few speakers, tap a few buttons, and have 5.1 sound in less time than it takes to pull a traditional home audio system out of its shipping box. This latest model is an update to the Playbase – a lumpen ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Android, Startups, TC, Gadgets, Spotify, Technology, Entertainment, Film, Pandora, Speaker, Sonos, Sound, Base, Hdmi


Anker Mars II projector promises solid summer fun

Anker, a popular if battery and cable company, recently announced the Mars II projector under its Nebula brand. The company, which primarily sells via Amazon, is expanding out of batteries and cables and is now creating audio and other portable AV gear. This compact, battery-powered DLP projector is their latest creation and it has found a place of honor at our family barbecues. The projector is actually an Android 7.1 device stuffed into a case about as big as a Bluetooth speaker. A physical...
Tags: Amazon, Android, TC, Gadgets, Bluetooth, Wi-fi, Tech, Smartphones, AV, Chromecast, Netflix, Computing, Bluetooth Speaker, Anker, Hdmi, Miracast


What is MHL, exactly, and how does it work with your TV?

There are more ways to mirror your smartphone or tablet to your TV than you might think. Check out our rundown of MHL for everything you need to know about the wired protocol and its myriad uses. The post What is MHL, exactly, and how does it work with your TV? appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Trends, Home Theater, Hdmi, MHL, Movies & TV, Screen Mirroring


You Are Probably Using the Wrong HDMI Cord

It’s not your fault, but it is very likely that you’re using the wrong HDMI cord to plug that 4K Apple TV or PS4 Pro into your new TV. While you might have assumed that all HDMI cords are equal they are, unfortunately, not. And if you have the wrong cable, you could be missing out on the best features of your TV—or…Read more...
Tags: Science, Home Theater, Hdr, Hdmi


Optoma UHD51A with Alexa, UHD51 and UHD50 4K Projectors launched in India

Optoma today has launched the UHD51A, UHD51, and UHD50 4K Projectors in India. The UHD51A is the world's first Alexa-enable home theatre projector. These were initially introduced at the CES event earlier in January.  The UHD51A also features a built-in media player, along with a pair of HDMI 2.0 inputs with HDCP 2.2 support for compatibility with latest 4K UHD video playback devices and game consoles with HDR at 60 Hz refresh rates. The Optoma UHD51 and UHD50 are designed with the latest Tex...
Tags: News, India, Blogging, Cta, Hdr, Texas Instruments, Hdmi, Alexa, HDCP, Consumer Technology Association CTA, Optoma, UHD50, UHD51, UHD51A, Alexa UHD51


HDMI ARC and eARC: What they are and why you should care

HDMI ARC is one of the coolest TV features at your disposal. But if you're like most folks, you have no idea how it works, if you even know what it is at all. Here's our explanation of what HDMI ARC is, and how it can make your life easier. The post HDMI ARC and eARC: What they are and why you should care appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Home Theater, Explainer, Hdmi, Arc