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Mobile High Definition Link (MHL) & Samsung Galaxy S II (GT I9100)

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MHL is a new word that is cropping up a lot on tech sites at the moment, so what is it all about?
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MHL stands for Mobile High Definition Link, an upcoming connection technology developed by a consortium of partners including Nokia, Samsung, Sony, and Toshiba, amongst others. The goal of the consortium is for MHL to become the new standard for connection of portable electronic devices to external monitors – HD televisions for example. Unfortunately there is a lot of misinformation flying around the internet right now about exactly how it works, so I thought an explanation might help put the record straight.

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