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Black MHL To HDMI HDTV Adapter OTG Card Reader Connection Kit

14th February 2014, 02:58 PM   |  #1  
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Hello Guys,

I don't know is should start this thread or not, just thought i should share this amazing device.

Black MHL To HDMI HDTV Adapter OTG Card Reader Connection Kit

It let you connect to HDMI without external power, also if you use external power you can use HDMI and USB hard drive at the same time, it is just really really amazing, Sammy has really improved their MHL and OTG support.

Note: I am using this device on my Note 3 N9005 I am not sure about other devices

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Cost? Where to buy?
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Cost? Where to buy?

Only 6.59 free postage from Amazon, just got to way couple of weeks to get it delivered, but its worth it

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Iv been dealing with these for about a year now. From my s3 to my note 3. With the s3 it's 2.0 so you have to provide external power but these things are the tits when it comes to the note 3 with 3.0 you can run USB and HDMI without power. I play games and use it for work with all wireless accessories it's awesome. Supports 1080p at 60hrtz. We sell them in our repair shop and on Ebay. Not often though as "normal" people don't see the capabilities of this lol.
Go buy one their awesome.

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Is there something like this that has a port for charging? I wanted something like this to hook up to a monitor or an HDTV so I could play my emulators on a big screen.
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Is there something like this that has a port for charging? I wanted something like this to hook up to a monitor or an HDTV so I could play my emulators on a big screen.

It's not immediately apparent, but the device pictured (and others like it, one of which I have) do have a port for charging: the micro usb. When I got mine it took me a minute to realize that, then it hit me that power would really be the only use for that port. So I plug one of my Sammy charging cables into it during use.
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It's not immediately apparent, but the device pictured (and others like it, one of which I have) do have a port for charging: the micro usb. When I got mine it took me a minute to realize that, then it hit me that power would really be the only use for that port. So I plug one of my Sammy charging cables into it during use.

Oh, derp. I didn't even see the small port there, looked like a small microSD card slot. Thanks for pointing that out!

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