Sony Mobile is now delivering on its promise to deliver their NXT lineup of Android devices unlocked in the U.S. The Xperia S with a dual core 1.5 Ghz Qualcomm CPU, 4.3″ (1280 x 720) HD display, and capable 12MP camera is available for $469.99 from Newegg in black or white.
China-based Ugoos announced a quad-core, HDMI-stick style mini-PC available for a special price of $65 (normally $100). The Ugoos UM2 is runs Android 4.2 on a quad-core Rockchip RK3188 ARM Cortex-A9 SoC, offers an HDMI port, WiFi, and Bluetooth 4.0, and provides dual USB 2.0 host ports for external peripheral connection.
How much can current phones output?
I've seen posts confirming 1080p, but how about 1440p, 1600p or even quad HD?
Where to even get the data? I went to htc (htc one), samsung (SGS 4), sony (xperia z) and google (doesn't even list HDMI option) and none of them listed anything further than MHL --> HDMI connectivity. No HDMI version at least, let alone the actual resolutions supported.
HDMI 1.4 includes 'ethernet over HDMI' and I've seen HDMI ports on some switches at work but I've not been able to find much info on this such as how well its supported under Linux or how I might take advantage of the 10Gps data transfer rate HDMI 1.4 offers.
I think it'd be very cool if you could simply connect two HDMI 1.4 compliant machines (with fast SSDs) together with a HDMI cable to do som
I'm trying to connect my laptop to my TV using and HDMI connection, but ubuntu doesn't detect the TV as a monitor. This is particularly odd because my laptop dual boots with windows 7 and in windows the HDMI connection to the TV works beautifully.
I'm running 11.10 on an alienware laptop with an Intel Core i7-2617M processor
how to openline xperia sola i got this xperia sola from canada lock.to t-mobile how to openline my xperia sola? or do i need to unlock the bootloader of my xperia sola to openline? btw im from the philippines
HDMI Dongle is an Open Source, USB-sized set-top box from Always Innovating, a technology outfit based in San Francisco, CA USA. A TV on a stick, it is designed to turn any TV with USB and HDMI ports into a connected TV running Android 4. Like the Cotton Candy, it has an HDMI and a [...]