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Using Miracast with the Microsoft Surface

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Sean Ong demonstrates screen mirroring, extended display, multi-tasking, and casting of music and video games using Miracast wireless display technology on a Microsoft Surface 2.
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Miracast is currently supported on the Surface 2, Surface Pro 1, and Surface Pro 2, but not the Surface or Surface RT. The Miracast device shown in the video is the Netgear PTV3000.

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