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Dongle Adds HDMI to iPhone and iPad

by Chris B.

HDMI output for the iPhone? Surely not! You’d think that something as basic as an HDMI output wouldn’t be a big deal for a gadget like the iPhone. I mean, in this world of HDTVs, many devices ship with such a port standard. Heck, the iPhone 4 even shoots in 720p, so why not push that out to your TV with a simple HDMI cable? Well thanks to Sanwa, you can.

iPhone-HDMI

This iPhone HDMI Adapter from Sanwa looks much like the SD card reader that Apple offers. There’s not a lot to look at here, as it simply plugs into your 30-pin connector, and offers up a regular HDMI port. It will give you 720p output, and only works with the current iPhone 4 and iPad. The best part? It will set you back $72 (USD). At that price, you almost expect it to be an officially-licensed Apple product.

iPhone-HDMI

[via Akihabara News]




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Comments (1):

  1. oh@hasla.no says:

    I can’t Get it workin on my tv. I conect my iPhone to the hdmi cable an in to the hdmi port on my tv. What Are i doing wrong?

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