If you’re looking to hook your iOS device up to a television or monitor or even a set of speakers and you don’t have Apple’s Airplay, then perhaps Donya’s new video and audio out dongle will now provide you with an alternative means to achieving that dream. It works by connecting to your iOS devices’ docking port, and the dongle will feature a VGA connector that can achieve a maximum resolution of WUXGA (1920 × 1200) and thanks to the RCA connectors for audio, you can easily connect to an amplifier or powered speakers if you’re looking for the entire video + audio experience.
Alternatively the RCA audio connector can be removed in which case you will be able to connect a set of regular earphones or headphones into the dongle, although we’re not sure why you would do that since your iOS device already comes with a audio jack built in. As it stands the device is retailing for 3,999 Yen which roughly converts to $49 which isn’t too expensive all things considered. No word on whether we will be seeing this device hit the States but if it does, is this something you would pick up?
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