Users of mobile devices remains on the battery life as one of the major problems of these products. There are solutions that allow you to get out of any trouble, such as interchangeable batteries or external batteries, and now Samsung have devised a new option.
This is the Samsung Power Sharing Cable , a cable that allows owners of Galaxy devices transfer energy between your devices and any other (either the Galaxy or family) so they all nourished by the energy of the first if necessary.
To access this option have to have a smartphone, tablet or smartwatch compatible (including the Galaxy S5, S Galaxy Tab 10.5, Galaxy Tab 8.4 S, Alpha Galaxy, Galaxy and Galaxy Note Avant 4), and an application – now available on Google Play – especially aimed at managing the operation. Among other things the tool allows you to select the amount of energy we want to transfer to another device.
Actually that load sharing can be transferred to other devices that use Micro USB connection to recharge, so it is not strictly necessary that the other device is the Galaxy family. The cable costs $ 20 , and now remains to be seen if other manufacturers release a solution compatible with more devices, either the origin or destination of these energy transfers.
Neither the Chromebooks that seemed a little out of the crisis PC sales have convinced Samsung to abandon the European market. So, Basically Samsung not rely on selling laptops in Europe in this case we couldn’t say much about the future.
According underway in PCAdvisor, Samsung has confirmed that It’s now gonna stop selling laptops in Europe, which does not mean that this segment continue developing or introducing new models for other markets where they see more hope.
The fact is that, as has happened with Sony, the Korean giant prefers to combine efforts in segments like smartphones soaring, and leave a more complicated for them as the portable market, those that are holding sales crisis, including Apple and leader, Lenovo.!!
Long time now Chromecast becomes a small reference in accessories for our digital lives, and we are already seen manufacturers tried to launch alternative for it. Microsoft is the last to do so, and today has unveiled its Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter.
This HDMI dongle has got a format almost same like Chromecast, but combines the HDMI port on one end with a small wire and coupled to provide default charging through a USB port, a small advantage over Google device, which we who seek that little cable USB to Micro USB.
Microsoft’s solution allows it we connect to a TV, monitor or projector from that time to deliver content via streaming if the source is a device that supports Miracast. Many PCs, laptops and tablets running Windows 8.1 and Windows smartphones (Phone) offer that option, but so do Android devices that can benefit from this option.
As eleemosynary devices we can see the contents of our original screen that screen large format, allowing us to enjoy the wireless broadcast easily. In Microsoft highlighted the fact that when using the Miracast technology ” will not be limited to certain applications or contents display anything from your device “.
This tool allows you to boost the use of laptop, tablet or smartphone as a second screen, as once we issue the contents can move on to something else in the source device. Peripheral Microsoft has a higher price than Chromecast, however, as will be on sale in October for $ 60 , but maybe that mirroring extended interesting for potential users.