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Wednesday, 03.04.13
QUICKVIEW: MHL - the "Missing HD Link" or correctly the "Mobile High-Definition Link"
Posted by Arne Hess - at 16:56 CET under 08 - Reviews

Ever thought about connecting your phone to your TV or office monitor to show your family or colleagues some photos or videos? Think no longer but just do it because if you own one of the newer Android smartphones, chances are high that it features "MHL" which is the acronym for "Mobile High Definition Link". Founded as the MHL Consortium in April 2010 by Nokia, Samsung, Silicon Image, Sony and Toshiba, MHL is an industry standard for a mobile audio/video interface which allows to connect mobile phones and tablets to high-definition televisions and audio receivers. The standard supports up to 1080p/60 HD video and 7.1 surround sound audio output while simultaneously charging the connected device and even allowing to remote control it through a single Remote Control unit.

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