Microsoft is launching a second-generation version of its Wireless Display Adapter. The new version has a more compact design and Microsoft also says that it has reduced the latency compared to the first version, which was launched in the fall of 2014.

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Like the original version, the new Wireless Display Adapter has one end with a USB connection, which powers the device. along with an HDMI end that connects to a TV or monitor. It allows Miracast-based PCs, smartphones and tablets to mirror their screen image to a big-screen TV. It also works with PCs and tablets that have Intel’s Wireless Display (Wi-Di) technology. The new adapter has a range of up to 23 feet.

The new version of the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter is currently available for pre-order at the Microsoft Store site for $49.95, with shipments scheduled to begin on March 1.