- Size (LWH): 9.84 inches, 3.94 inches, 5.91 inches
- Weight: 5.28 ounces
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Measy Latest Miracast Dongle A2W Chromecast + Miracast + DLNA + Air Play
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- A2W could cast all your photos, music, movie and 3D MSG from your smart phone onto HDTV.
- Compatible with miracast function of every brand mobile phone and pad.
- Supported Operation System: Android OS / IOS OS / MAC OS / WINDOWS XP, /7/8/8.1
- Plug in and play
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Miracast function can't be compatible with products that without HDCP TX/RX certificate.
Each A2W Phone Cast Dongle has intergrated HDCP TX and HDCP RX key, which ensure A2W to be compatible with miracast function of every brand mobile phone and pad.
The EZAir function of A2W is similar with the Airplay function of Apple, you could cast movies, photos, music from you iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to HDTV with big screen entirely.
2. Chromecast ( EZCast )
The EZCast function of A2W, allows streaming media from computer or other equipments being cast by wifi onto TV. Includes streaming media like Music, Photos, TXT etc.. Users also could mirror online contents on Chrome to HDTV, more from Youtube, Netflex, Youku, Sohu, etc..
The Miracast function of A2W, allows users mirrored the whole interface of mobile Phone, Tablet or Laptop onto HDTV with big screen. When playing 3D MSG(Motion Sensing Game), you could use the tablet as the game control, and enjoy it with the big TV screen.
The DLNA function of A2W, support users sharing music, photos and video on their personal device, like laptop, camera, portable device, mobile phone, with friends by wifi connection on TV. More sharing from famous online video website like Tencent, Sohu, PPTV etc..
Supported Operation System:
1. Android OS 2. IOS OS 3. MAC OS: 3. WINDOWS XP, /7/8/8.1 Plug in and play
Package includes: 1 x Measy A2W 1 x Power cable
Top Customer Reviews
First-off, setup can be a little confusing if they supplied instructions and you try to follow them. If it came to you with instructions, throw them away. Plug it into an HDMI Port, power it via the USB plug, then turn on your TV and tune to the source you plugged the dongle into. It will show you the SSID and Password for the device. Leave this up, but do nothing with it for now. First download and install the EZCast software from [...](Note, depending on how you get there, you may have to tell it you speak English), and start the application, the EZCast app will ask you for the SSID, then Password (make sure to use the password showing on your TV, it will accept 'password' but is then useless). Then go into settings to tell the dongle how to connect to your home network.
So, this thing does Miracast, plus some other stuff. As a result of the 'other stuff', it's not as straight-forward as a miracast-only device. When it boots up, it's looking for the EZCast software, not a Miracast connection, so for my android phone, I have to connect using the EZCast app, then tell the dongle to go to MiraCast mode (EZMirror), then connect to it using Miracast functionality that's native on my Android Phone. This is not exactly straight-forward, but then again, the dongle does Miracast plus other stuff, so that's the trade-off.
As far as 'other stuff' goes, it does youtube, Vimeo, Videojug, other not particularly well know (to me) video sites (the list has changed a couple times since I've owned it, so no point in creating an exhaustive list), as well as direct streaming from your computer and/or DLNA sources.Read more ›
Frame rate is excellent so long as you have line-of-sight and are within 15 feet of the device (tested in living room, resolution on the Measy dongle set to 720p@60fps). I couldn't get 1080p working with it, but that might be a limitation on my phone, not the dongle.
Audio is also streamed across with the video and stays in-sync with the video. There is a lag in between the phone and the TV, I measured to roughly 200ms lag using my camcorder to record both the phone and the TV screen with the timer readout on the phone & tv level with each other to minimize the rolling shutter in my camcorder (it's a cheap model). A 10 minute session showed no changed in the lag, but I didn't vary the load on the phone much, which may affect the lag, I just haven't cared to test.
And after all that mess, on the client side you have to install a client app that sends it to the device (Windows Desktop, MacOS, iOS and Android). And you don't get the ability to wirelessly display your whole desktop to the device. Bummed! Looks like the Actiontec and Netgear are the only devices right now, both larger than I wanted. The form factor is why I bought this device in the first place.
Does a TON of things. It has two receivers. Each receiver has different things it can do and different way to operate with EzCast application.
Not 100% sure, but I think when it's connected to your wifi, you can connect to it and have it send your computer internet. But this only worked once -- could have been a fluke.
It's complicated to use and figure out the applicaton and the product.
Even if you get it working one way, as soon as you want to do something different it stops working altogether. It took 10 - 15 attempts to get it connected again.
The documentation is lousy.
Even after I got the basics working it stopped completely when I changed the default name to lastname-TV (did this so neighbor wouldn't connect to it, as the password doesn't work.)
Would not buy it again. Waste of $$$.
Suggest folks go back to the drawing board because the folks have good technical knowledge. They just need to rethink it.
I would suggest if you want something that works, but is a little bit more limit use go with Stream2. I have that and it's extremely reliable and was easy to setup. It works great with my phone miracast (Android). Won't work with my older PC. (Will with new ones 8.1 or 10, if they have miracast support which most of the new ones do).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Hasn't worked properly since 2 firmware updates after I purchased it. Won't buy this brand again. :-(Published 4 months ago by s.b.
I bought this expecting some difficulty setting it up, as it is a newer piece of technology I have bever used before. Read morePublished 6 months ago by zdeew
Works good. Only think is needs to do the sinc whenever I turn off projector. Maybe that's just my projector.Published 7 months ago by C808
The app to use it is not real user friendly but the device seems to work fairly well. I have had to unplug it and plug it back in a few times from freezing up.Published 8 months ago by gabriel
DO NOT BUY THIS DEVICE!!!!!!!!! I have 5 different phones in my home and 3 tablets, and I have watched ALL of the instructional vids for android and apple and this thing will not... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Robert lane