Tronsmart T2000 EZCast Pro is a $40 wireless display adapter - Liliputing (click for full article) 10/02/2014 at 7:30 AM by Brad Linder -- Last year Chinese device maker Tronsmart launched a wireless display adapter called the T1000. It’s a Chromecast-like device that you can plug into a TV to stream content from a phone or PC to an external display. While it’s not as simple to use as a Chromecast, it’s a versatile option since it supports Miracast screen mirroring or extended desktop functions through. You can still pick up a Tronsmart T1000 for about $25. But there’s a new model that offers even more features. Meet the $40 Tronsmart T2000. The Tronsmart T2000 is also a stick that you can plug into the HDMI port of your TV. But unlike last year’s model, this stick support MHL connections. So if your TV has an MHL port, the stick can draw power from the same port it uses to display video. That means you may not need to plug in an external power cable. Another new feature? You can connect the Tronsmart T2000 to as many as 4 devices at once. Then you can split your display into up to 4 sections, displaying content from different sources in each quadrant. You can’t stream audio or video in split screen mode, but you can display pictures, documents, web pages, or other content. Tronsmart’s new TV stick supports the EZCast Pro apps for Android and iOS and also supports Apple Airplay, Miracast, and DLNA protocols.