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Wireless casting to TV
May 12, 2021
9:42 am
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Hi Jim and Chris,

I just reread your February 2021 Newsletter regarding casting from your smartphone to your TV.  I have another method that’s wireless that we have been using for 2-3 years and it works great.  It’s called ScreenBeam Mini2 and is available from Best Buy for about $55.00.  It supports Wifi certified Miracast smartphones and tablets and is compatible with Windows 10.  We like not having to deal with the cables.  Looking forward to seeing you in Gillette.

Frank & Sandi

May 13, 2021
10:13 am
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Hey Frank and Sandi – that will be great to see you in Gillette

Yes, other people have also told us about the screen beam (https://www.screenbeam.com/pro…..eam-mini2/) but it’s not compatible with iPhones or Pixels as far as I can tell. 

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