Use Android TV and Google Play Store to stream content, Cast content from your mobile devices and PC using Chromecast and Airplay and Connect devices using USB-C and HDMI Ports to watch content on BenQ GV30.
How to watch content on BenQ GV30?
- A) Use Android TV and Google Play Store to stream content
- B) Cast content from your mobile devices and PC using Chromecast and Airplay
- C) Connect devices using USB-C and HDMI Ports
- D) All of the above
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It comes with BenQ’s QS01 Android 9.0 HDMI stick, which is hidden inside and connected to an internal HDMI socket and USB power source, allowing you to stream video wirelessly from phones, tablets, and PCs using not only the Android stick’s Chromecast but also AirPlay.
There’s also a side HDMI input for external video sources, such as movie players or game consoles, as well as a USB-C port that can not only power a phone or tablet while it’s streaming (best used if the GV30 is mains-powered to avoid reducing battery life), but also play video via USB-C, a relatively new innovation for devices supporting USB-C.
There are HDMI and USB-C DisplayPort inputs; the USB-C can also be used to charge a device. For many people, the main source will be streaming using either the internal Android stick’s apps or Chromecast/Airplay. (Image credit: Future)
So for Netflix playback, we would advise running a cable: cables are always best if you can! With HDMI from our MacBook, Netflix (and everything else) was rock-solid – and we had the option of routing audio a different way, so could use a separate sound system if we wanted. There’s also a USB-C DisplayPort connection for equipment that supports it.
That wireless projection system is easy to use, remembering only that it requires the BenQ and the sending device both to be connected to a Wi-Fi network, so you’re restricted to the range of your home network. Select the Android stick’s Wireless Projection app and you’re offered iPhone, Android, or PC, the last using Chromecast, so that Mac users could alternatively select the iPhone option, which uses AirPlay.
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