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navyson

join:2011-07-15
Upper Marlboro, MD
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Re: Android Jellybean 4.2 specs

The new Nexus 10 tablet will feature Miracast Wireless Display technology.

See video below. Perfect.

»www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3YY3tBcIgc


Koil
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said by navyson:

The new Nexus 10 tablet will feature Miracast Wireless Display technology.

See video below. Perfect.

(youtube clip)

Pretty awesome stuff it actually works.


Hayward
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said by navyson:

The new Nexus 10 tablet will feature Miracast Wireless Display technology.

See video below. Perfect.

(youtube clip)

Except for game play pretty much do all that already via ROKU with the JUICE APP and no crazy permissions.
Which has the added feature you can still use the phone/tab for other things while its streaming.
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navyson

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Upper Marlboro, MD


Juice for Roku does NOT support YouTube and flash based videos, and does not support Google Music and it does not support live video streaming.



Hayward
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said by navyson:

Juice for Roku does NOT support YouTube and flash based videos, and does not support Google Music and it does not support live video streaming.

Yes that is true, only stuff already stored on the device...though the Roku itself offers many streaming channels.

But with a Transformer with HDMI out can still do all that, too albeit umbilical connected) Only then the device is dedicated to it, and it is with this too.

The thing I really like about Juice is is that it runs in the background so you can still use the device for anything else while it is streaming. Including watching a live stream, or another local Video while someone else is watching the stream, if device processor can handle that.

Also fine for the state of the art folk, but most peoples TV's are not native WiFi, so some interface will still be needed.

Will not be surprised to see someone come up with a Roku App to take advantage of this new ability too.
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