Micro HDMI (Type D) to HDMI (Type A) Cable For Microsoft Surface (Not Compatible with Microsoft Surface Pro) - 6 Feet (Package include a HandHelditems Sketch Stylus Pen)
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- Watch video, stream media, and view documents through your TV!
- A must have accessory for those who would like to watch videos and work on the big screen.
- The cable gets the video signal out through HDMI standard output.
- Does not compatible with Microsofot Surface Pro.
- Package include a HandHelditems universal Stylus pen features Soft foamy tip and a 3.5mm headphone jack insert so you never lose your stylus.
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Package Include HandHelditems(TM) universal Stylus pen features Soft foamy tip and a 3.5mm headphone jack insert so you never lose your stylus.
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Note that the Surface RT's built-in screen is only 1366x768, which exactly matches the native resolution of older plasma and LCD TVs. So if your TV is older than 2008 or thereabouts, you're good! But newer TVs are "1080p" (1920x1080). Therefore, if you have a newer TV you MUST turn off video mirroring (also known as Duplicate Displays) between the Surface's own screen and the TV in order to get sharp, clear video at full 1080p resolution. You have to choose "Extend" or "Second screen only" instead. "Extend" makes the Surface display two different video feeds, one on its own screen and one on the TV. "Second screen only" makes the Surface turn off its own screen when you plug it into the TV; all of your apps display on the TV until you unplug the cable.
Here is what you should do if you want to get that "5 star" experience:
1) Get a wireless keyboard with a trackpad, like the Logitech K400. Plug the wireless receiver into the Surface's USB port.
2) Press Windows-P and select "Second screen only."
3) Plug this cable - the one you're reading the review for - into the Surface's mini HDMI port and then into your receiver or TV's HDMI port. Select the right input on your receiver or TV. (The Onkyo makes it easy - one of the inputs is labeled "PC" - but other brands will be different.)
4) Plug in the Surface's charger cable and change your power settings so it doesn't go to sleep when it's plugged in.
Now put the Surface down next to the TV, go sit on the sofa, and watch videos all night long! Use the wireless keyboard to control the Surface - it's a lot easier than trying to guess where you have to touch the screen.
I received this product promptly and all seemed well (the bonus item, a 'pen' for writing on the screen of the Surface is cheap and useless add-on as it does not work on my Surface RT but does work on my wife's iPad). However there seems to be a loose connection inside the cable so it only connects to my HDMI device when held at a certain angle, which obviously makes it useless.
So I'm rating at 1 star but have contacted the seller. If this is a genuine and infrequent manufacturing issue then they'll get me a replacement and I'll resubmit this review, but in the meantime was not worth the time/money :-(