8 Products That Can Replace Your Blu-ray Player
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Tablets

Tablets can provide an endless amount of entertainment while on the go. However, what happens when you don’t want to go any further than the couch? The iPad can be connected directly to your TV using special cables or you can wirelessly stream content by combining the iPad with an Apple TV. Other tablets make “mirroring” much easier, though. Mirroring is basically a fancy way for saying whatever you see on the tablet, you can put on the TV. This can be done wirelessly with a tablet that supports DLNA, Miracast, and even NFC. Some newer tablets also have Mobile High-definition Link (MHL) built in, so you can plug the tablet into the TV and stream 1080p video and 7.1-channel audio.

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Pictured: Sony’s Xperia Tablet Z.




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8 Products That Can Replace Your Blu-ray Player