After a wildly successful Indiegogo campaign and timely delivery to backers, Airtame is now ready to make its HDMI streaming dongle available to the public.
Airtame’s stick plugs into any TV or projector with an HDMI port, and allows users to mirror their screen. Aimed at enterprise users, Airtame found favor for being OS agnostic; it works on Android, iOS, Windows, Linux and Mac.
Unlike its chief competitor Chromecast, Airtame doesn’t come cheap. For a limited time, you can pick one up for $199. Starting October 1, Airtame will cost $299.
Though it costs quite a bit more than the competition, Airtame has some unique features in addition to working on multiple platforms. For example, users can control multiple dongles from a single machine, and an app allows for casting from a mobile device.
Published June 2, 2015 — 13:00 UTC