New Delhi: ESY INDIA, part of the ESY group, manufacturers of consumer digital devices, has launched a Wi-Fi HDMI device for streaming the content from a Mobile, Tablet or PC to a HDTV or a projector.
The device is thumb sized and easily gets plugged in through the HDMI port of the Television set. The device is portable enough and fits into the pocket. ESYCAST acts as wireless bridge between the mobile and TV. One can stream photos, videos and games from the mobile, and also can watch online news and movies.
In a release, V P Sajeevan, CEO of ESY INDIA said, “We are extremely excited on the launch of ESYCAST. This is a feature packed WiFi HDMI device with extremely high end technology and specifications which are unique to this product. In today’s world the role of smart phones are very vital. Let it be official, personal or social, the smartphone plays a key role and ESYCAST will be a great relief for those who love to watch the images on a large screen”.
“It’s a great boon for those who are tired of watching images on the small mobile screens. The mirroring feature in ESYCAST enables the user to read and response emails, messages and WhatzApp etc. from the TV screen. ESYCAST is compatible with Apple, Windows and Android operating systems and comes in two models”, he added.
The normal projector can be converted as a wireless projector and perform wireless presentations from a Laptop or Tablet or even from the mobile by just plugging ESYCAST. This will be a great advantage for the executives who are on the move. The built-in wireless feature creates its own Wi-Fi hotspot so that ESYCAST can also work without connecting to home or office network router.
The MRP for the entry level model is Rs. 3,495 that comes with one year warranty. ESYCAST will be available in all leading IT, Consumer Electronics and Telecom retail outlet and also online.
Established in 2012, ESY India is the Indian arm of Pineapple Resources Berhad (ESY Group) based in Kuala Lumpur. They brought, ESYINK, the low cost digital printing solutions to India.
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