Ah that explains why its a little blurred, out by 2 pixels.
I use T100/Miracast with a PTV2000 adapter I have had long before the T100 came home with me. Works great - no blurriness.
Oh ok I see...I did some reading on the PTV3000 mentioned earlier in this thread and it doesnt have great reviews...lots of people say that it needs a direct line of site to your laptop in order to not have any disconnects. So I couldn't put this in an AV closet 50 ft away and expect it to work?
I use the PTV3000 and get intermittent disconnects (like once every 2 hours) with the T100 in the same room.
I have used the T100 microHDMI port with a microHDMI to HDMI cable plugged into my TV to display my T100 screen and stream video to my TV and it works quite well but my T100 has to sit near the TV... it's a 3ft cable... so wireless would be a much better solution.
Has anyone with the T100 tried wifi casting the T100 screen image (i.e. Netflix, Hulu, etc) to an HDTV using some form of "wifi ready TV" or any of the dozens of dongle devices that plug into an HDMI input on the TV that supports Miracast or DLNA, or, etc. If you have something that works, please share your experience and hardware used.
There's at least on thread on this. A bit of searching should turn it up.
I use Miracast w/my Netgear PTV3000 all the time, and it is near perfect.
My tV has DLNA built-in but I haven't tried it.
Last edited by m0o04; 12-13-2013 at 03:28 PM.