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No Cords, No Problem: This Wireless HMDI Is The Solution To Your Tangled Wires

No Cords, No Problem: This Wireless HMDI Is The Solution To Your Tangled Wires

Technology that addresses basic needs incredibly well is what the world needs. That’s why the AirTAME wireless HDMI gadget hit over $1.2 million in funding.

HDMI dongles are nothing new. Google and Apple have their own versions out in the market right now. But AirTAME is different. It’s easy to setup and it doesn’t do anything else but transmit clear information between your TV and electronic devices.

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    Apart from streaming functionality, this tool allows you to extend your computer screen onto a monitor. It can also mirror a screen or tablet, which is perfect for students and professionals who are presenting a video or a slideshow.

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      Perhaps the best feature is the device’s ability to cross any platform you throw at it. Apple, Android and Windows — it doesn’t matter. Finally, we’re seeing a device that knows no boundaries.

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        The AirTAME can be yours for $134. Go ahead, click on the link below.

        AIRTAME: Wireless HDMI for Everyone. | Indiegogo

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        Last Updated on December 18, 2020

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