Low Cost Way To Add Wireless to A TV with a WiFi TV Dongle

By | April 1, 2016

Low Cost Way To Add Wireless to  A TV with a WiFi TV Dongle

Adding wireless to a TV is a low cost option for most any TV made in the last five years.

All that’s required is a standard HDMI Video in.

Adding wireless to a TV gives the ability to stream from other devices such as a smartphone or tablet straight to the TV. There are several options available.

We tested out a low cost option called the Ez Cast M2 that at less than 25$ dollars is tough to beat.

The EZ Cast M2 is a small dongle that plugs into the HDMI port on a TV.
Low Cost Way To Add Wireless to  A TV with a WiFi TV

The power is supplied by a USB port. If your TV has a USB port than it can plug into it. If it doesn’t have a USB port than it comes with a wall charger.
Low Cost Way To Add Wireless to  A TV

Once powered on and the TV set to the correct HDMI input the SSID and Password are displayed on the TV.
Low Cost Way To Add Wireless to  A TV 2016

Most any device can connect to it by downloading the the app for you Android, iPad/iPhone, or Windows/Mac.

The password is entered into the app along with your WiFi password and its ready to go.
Low Cost Easy Way To Add Wireless to  A TV with a WiFi TV Dongle

Summary
The Ez Cast M2 is a easy low cost option for setting up your TV with WiFi.

There are other options such as the Google Chromecast. The Ez Cast M2 is a alternative to other high end WiFi dongles.

It is a lot of fun to stream a movie play a game or anything you can think of from your phone and have it displayed on a big TV screen.

There is also no clutter with a big set-top box since it simply plugs into the HDMI port and is out of the way.

While there are many high-end TVs that come with wireless built-in, if yours doesn’t than adding WiFi is not difficult.

As always be sure to read the reviews on Amazon or elsewhere to be sure it is a good fit for you.

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