MHL technology allows mobile phones and other portable devices to directly connect to high-definition televisions and displays.
February 06, 2013
According to the press materials provided by Sceptre, their 32-inch LED HDTV with MHL technology is part of an upcoming series of HDTVs that allows users to utilize their big screen TV as a display or speaker for their mobile phones or portable devices. In addition, the HDTV’s remote can control the connected device.
Developed by the MHL consortium, MHL technology utilizes a single cable to support up to 1080p high-definition video and surround sound audio while simultaneously charging the connected device.
“Sceptre’s understands that convenience is at the forefront of the consumers’ needs,” said Cathy Chou, vice president of operations, Sceptre. “The new line of HDTVs with MHL technology provides the extra usability and connectivity we all seek while remaining affordable.”
Perfect for both the high tech man cave and the common household, the 32-inch LED HDTV with MHL technology is a true 16:9 widescreen, has a 1920x1080 resolution and a rated LED backlight life of more than 50,000 hours. It also comes with integrated technologies such as auto dynamic contrast enhancement, auto-volume level control, sound equalizer settings and surround sound capability to deliver crisp images and stereo quality entertainment.
Sceptre’s 32-inch LED HDTV with MHL technology is currently available for $599.99 at Amazon, QVC, Sears, K-mart, Tiger Direct, Costco and NewEgg.
For more information about this or the entire line of Sceptre products, please visit www.sceptre.com