Enjoy your laptop's videos and photos on your TV - wirelessly. Project any media from your laptop to your TV in HD quality, without file format restrictions. The software will allows you to configure the tv, make connections to computer, and stream digital content on your TV.
The first solution that we have in this list is ApowerMirror. This screen mirroring app is indeed one of the best tools that you could ever have to connect your Android phone to your Philip TV. With this useful app, you can freely enjoy watching any media saved on your phone, be entertained with the movies, and share gameplay on your Philip TV. Listed below are the simple steps that you need to follow to successfully mirror your Android to your Philip TV.
When you want to watch something on your smart TV, you can use a flash disk with your media and connect to it via one of the USB ports, stream online via the internet or connect to a Blu-ray/DVD player. The other thing you can do is connect your smart TV to a wireless NAS drive.
Whatever NAS drive you get, it should run a media software such as Plex or Kodi which outputs some sort of User Interface via HDMI to the TV in similar way your laptops does when you connect it to the TV.
Over the past few years, Nanoleaf has become the go-to source for a very particular kind of home decor: wall-mounted LED smart lights. It was only a matter of time before that industry started getting more crowded though, and thus we now have LaMetric Sky, a smaller version of Nanoleaf that differentiates itself by broadcasting information including social media counts, sales figures, and the weather.The LaMetric Sky - which is on view at CES 2019, but hasn't got a launch date yet - offers up panels with 32 triangular patches of light. While a single set won't cover as much space as most Nanoleaf configurations, the size of the triangles does offer a pleasing, stained glass-like quality to the Sky creations.Like Nanoleaf panels, LaMetric Sky panels connect to Wi-Fi and are controlled via mobile app. In the app, users can create their own designs or choose from an option in the open-source library. The lights can also be controlled via Siri, Amazon Alexa, and Google Assistant, or through LaMetric's first product, Time (a Wi-Fi clock).What's really interesting, though, is the data broadcasting function mentioned above, which puts Sky somewhere between Nanoleaf and products like Smiirl, a social media counter gizmo. As is possible with the LaMetric Time, users can create their own data sources, making it possible to get creative with the data they're throwing on the wall.With the ability to broadcast live data and positive reports from CES bloggers, Sky might have a fighting chance of winning over some Nanoleaf buyers - that is, if it launches in a timely fashion, and at the right price. For now, there's no information on either of those important factors, so all we have is a (pretty) prototype.Source: LaMetric 1e1e36bf2d