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Motorola Standard HDMI Cable for Motorola DROID X, ATRIX 4G, and XOOM
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- One simple cable that connects your DROID X by MOTOROLA to your HDTV.
- Dock your phone into the Multimedia Station for DROID X by MOTOROLA with HDMI technology (multimedia station sold separately)
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Show off your captured HD content on your HD compatible TV
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While using other native apps on the phone, everything looked very clear and sharp, but displaying a movie or a game was pretty disappointing. I even tried to download the movie, but this didn't help the image quality either. The image was watchable, but very pixelated and certainly not HD quality (even though the movie option I selected was "HD").
At the end of the day, I don't think these movies or games are intended to be watched on screens bigger than the phone or tablet for which they were purchased/rented. This was a cool purchase for showing-off technology, but it won't actually be useful for much in the real world. Since this is not the cable's fault, I'm giving a decent rating.
It's been fun playing around with my phone on a full size TV through this cable now. I can watch a movie by streaming it through my phone.
My Xolo has a cool feature, when you rotate the phone sideways, the streaming video goes full screen. Yahoo, full screen video on my 32" TV looks good when playing through my phone!
5 stars for a quality genuine cable that's working great.
Once I hooked it up to my TV, the entire screen on the 42" HD TV showed what ever was on my phone, like a second monitor.
I can watch Netflix, on my TV on my Boat! YouTube videos, and everything else on the internet, or saved on my phone such as videos. The best part, is the volume of the TV is much better than the phone could ever offer on speaker.
Also, it isn't like a laptop computer - where you plug it into a TV or monitor and the entire display goes onto the screen. Only video files, picture files, Youtube, etc are available in the HDMI output. And it has to be manually selected. Apps, etc, are not displayed. Probably newer phones it's a different story.
My buddy tried using it to connect his Droid X to his projector....images/video were projected but he was only to get media that he had captured with his camera to show up. He wasn't able to view any downloaded movies or images. Don't know if there is an app to work around this but that would be the only con, and that isn't the cable's fault, just an FYI.