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Windows 8.1 on your big screen with Miracast

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0 comments   /   posted by Silverlight Show on Nov 15, 2013
Tags:   windows-8.1 , win8dev , billy-anders
Read original post by Billy Anders at Windows Experience Blog

With Windows 8.1, we are introducing wireless display developed on the Wi-Fi Alliance (WFA) Miracast wireless display specification, so you can now wirelessly project to a big screen without fussing with proprietary technologies, network access, and different display cables and adapters. Wireless display is available in new Windows 8.1 PCs – laptops, tablets, and all-in-ones -- allowing you to display your full Windows 8.1 experience (up to 1080p) to large wireless display-enabled screens at home and work.


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