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posted 2014-12-03 22:41:51 +0300

I vote for a separate HDMI connector, because I would like to use USB devices (such as keyboard and memory stick) and HDMI-out at the same time, and - to my understanding - MHL (HDMI out) is either-or. Either the micro-USB is operating as a USB host, or then it's operating as MHL, but not both at the same time.

I vote for a separate HDMI connector, because I would like to be able to use USB devices (such as keyboard and (keyboards, memory stick) sticks) and HDMI-out at the same time, and - to time. To my understanding - MHL (HDMI out) is either-or. either or. Either the micro-USB is operating as a USB host, host (for connecting USB peripherals to the tablet) or then it's operating as MHL, MHL (for video out), but not both at the same time.

I vote for a separate HDMI connector, because I would like to be able to use USB devices (keyboards, memory sticks) and HDMI-out at the same time. To my understanding MHL (HDMI out) is either or. Either the micro-USB is operating as a USB host (for connecting USB peripherals to the tablet) or then it's operating as MHL (for video out), but not both at the same time.

UPDATE 12.12.2014
Don't be thrown into a weapons conflict between connecting display via wired or wireless technologies. These "new" wireless screencasting technologies are nearly completely software-side solutions, so they practically already exist whatever the hardware.