The Miracast certification being touted by the WiFi Alliance has a new adherent, with NVIDIA announcing that its Tegra 3 display proceesor will support the technology. Miracast is a display mirroring technology pitched against Apple’s AirPlay and Intel’s WiDi, both of which are criticized as single-vendor closed environments. …
The article is slightlyconfusing, it's not just the Tegra 3, devices must have hardware that supports the new 802.11ac dual band Wifi standard.
For example the Nexus 7 has a Tegra 3 but won't have this since it doesn't do any 5Ghz Wifi.
As with most things Android, it sounds confusing.
I'll stick with AirPlay.
What is confusing exactly? I suggest you not use sharp implements.
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