When we come to the wireless streaming marketplace we found that the market is flooded with the many options. In present market their many top companies make their devices for the TV streaming industry. Additionally, the Airtame application can create a “public stream,” where one computer’s screen (and audio) can be viewed from multiple computers running the Airtame app. The public streaming works via multicast on a LAN, and it can also unicast to remote displays on different network segments—or, potentially, over the Internet.
The Airtame wireless streaming dongle promises to support screen mirroring on iOS, Android, PC, and Mac as well as Windows Phone and Linux in the near future. For now the device will support direct viewing of photos, PDF files, Microsoft Office, and Pages. Planned firmware updates are said to bring video streaming from both local devices and even from your cloud files on Google Drive or Dropbox.
The application will be available on all three operating systems so any one can push content to the dongle; additionally, any computer with the Airtame app installed can send or receive from any other computer running it, regardless of host operating system.
Hardware Specs of Airtame Casting Dongle
- CPU: ARM 1.0GHz
- RAM: 512MB
- Wi-Fi : 802.11bgn
- HDMI: 1.4,CEC,MHL
- Micro USB for power
- Normal USB for Accesories