200 EZCast LAN & Music Free Samples Up for Grab

EZCast is a technology that allows screen mirroring and expansion over WiFi or Ethernet, and based on Action Micro SoCs. The products also usually include Miracast, AirPlay, and DLNA support, and work with Android and iOS devices, as well as Windows and Mac OS computers.

Tronsmart_T3000
EZCast LAN

The company behind the products has now launched a giveaway campaign where it plans to giveaway 100 EZCast LAN (aka Tronsmart T3000) and 100 EZCast music devices until August 20th. You’ll need a Facebook or Google+ account to participate:

  • Facebook entry:
    1. Like EZCast page
    2. Share the giveaway announcement from EZCast page on your Facebook timeline (publicly)
  • Google+ entry:
    1. Join EZCast Google+ Community
    2. Share the giveaway announced from the EZCast Google+ community (currently pinned at the top of the community)

EZCast_MusicWinners will be selected randomly each day, with their name posted on G+ or Facebook. Good luck.

Thanks to VMG for the tip.

Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.

Support CNX Software - Donate via PayPal, become a Patron on Patreon, or buy review samples
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
2 Comments
oldest
newest most voted
Andreas
Andreas
5 years ago

Small correction: It’s Actions Micro, not Actions Semi (same group though).
Unlike Actions Semi ARM SoCs, http://www.actions-micro.com/product.html#AM8251 is not very forthcoming about the CPU, merely saying it’s a RISC core, and you previously hinted it may be a MIPS core.

Jake
Jake
5 years ago

@J-L: Many thanks for your article about this promotion. After winning one of the prizes today I would understandably encourage others to enter!

These EzCast/DLNA/AirPlay devices now support most of the popular android movie streaming apps such as Showbox, MovieHD, MovieDroid, CartoonHD, TVPortal and offer a much more user friendly experience than Kodi which is also supported.

Advertisements