2012 Nexus Slimport Adaptor


Can anyone please advise the exact type of slimport adaptor I need to connect my 2012 Nexus 7 to my Sony Bravia TV. I searched Amazon and there are plenty of adaptors, but none that specifically reference the 2012 Nexus, they only seem to be for the 2013 model.Thanks

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Sorry, but one of the changes for the 2013 Nexus 7 was the addition of HDMI output via USB with slimport. Your best bet would probably be to spend $35 for a Chromecast and cast to your TV. It will cost about the same as an HDMI cable and slimport adaptor, and you won’t have to deal with cords.

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