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It is a small dongle with a HDMI plug on one end and a regular USB plug (to power it) on the other. Usually, a TV or projector will have both ports, but if needed, you can use a wall plug USB charger to power the unit. To connect to the video adapter, just go to the Windows Connect feature and select the wireless video adapter. After a few seconds of it connecting, I could see my laptop screen on the TV. Easy peasy. It has a range of 20ft.
I liked it so much that I went and got one for myself. I'll still have my 50ft HDMI cable in my gear tub, but if the projector/TV will be close enough to the laptop, I'll use the wireless adapter and have one less cord to run and to tape down.
Awana Grand Prix and Pinewood Derby racing - Where a child, an adult and a small block of wood combine for a lot of fun and memories.