Wireless Screen Mirroring Devices:
Miracast is a wireless display standard that is specifically designed for sharing mobile device screens to a TV, eliminating the need for an HDMI cable. Most newer Android and Windows devices already have Miracast installed and ready to use.
To see if your device supports Miracast, look for an application or display setting that uses one of the following terms: screen mirroring, cast screen, wireless display, wireless mirroring, Quick Connect, Smart View, or Screen Sharing.
Phones, tablets or laptops with Miracast are able to share their screens on TV that also have Miracast built-in. Alternatively you can purchase a wireless display adapter with Miracast that plugs in to an available HDMI port on your TV. The BJ72 is a wireless display adapter that is compatible with Android 4.2+, Windows 8.1+/10 and Miracast-enabled laptops, tablets and smartphones.
Miracast is not compatible with Apple products, which use their own wireless display technology: AirPlay.