Saturday, May 21, 2011

Motorola DROID X2 HDMI-out Demonstration

Being more common nowadays amongst high-end Android smartphones, the Motorola DROID X2 follows the trend by offering users a mirrored experience that allows them to connect the handset to a high-definition television set. Previously, its successor in the original Motorola DROID X was one of the few to boast a microHMDI port that enables users to easily share multimedia content – though, it’s limited with its functionality.

Well, that’s not a problem for the fine and dandy Motorola DROID X2, since it’s able to envelop owners with a wide variety of functionality – all from the comfort of their couch. Connecting a microHDMI type D cable to the handset, and the other end to our television set, we’re instantly greeted to a mirrored experience. Naturally, we’re able to execute just about every function we can think of – like navigating through its homescreens to opening up various apps.

Naturally, it comes in handy when dealing with web browsing since the sheer display size of our television is more than ideal for it. Although text can look rather small on the big screen, especially when we’re sitting back a good distance, it doesn’t become an issue when you execute a pinch gesture to zoom in further. In addition, Flash support with the handset is able to provide us with that desktop like experience.

When it comes to multimedia content, it’s nice being able to quickly share an abundant of things like photos, videos, and music. And rightfully so, we’re able to accomplish just that seeing that we’re able to play music stored locally on the handset. Moreover, the same can be said about playing high-def videos since there are no issues when loading 720p videos. Sure the 4.3” display of the Motorola DROID X2 is more than perfect for video watching, but it’s much better viewing them on the big screen – and even more when it exhibits plenty of details and smooth playback rates.

Lastly, gamers will also appreciate the level of comfort that the HDMI-out functionality has to offer with the Motorola DROID X2 because it essentially turns the handset into the gamepad – while all the action is viewed on your television. Frankly, it’s pretty much the perfect set up since there is barely any evidence of delay when playing games. All in all, its goes to show that this is one unique feature that we will continue seeing with future Android devices.


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