Micro USB/HDMI Adapter

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    Just curious, a friend of mine who is grandfathered into the unlimited data plan on at&t is considering the infuse, which includes such adapter. Does/Has anyone use(d) one of these and know if the quality is any different?

    Thanks!
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    Are you talking about an mhl cable?

    And how is his data plan relevant?
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    Well first of all I am not that familiar with the infuse. All's I know is that it comes with an HDMI adapter, I was assuming it was micro usb.

    As for data plans, if she switches to a new network she will lose unlimited data on at&t ... but she wants an HDMI output on the phone.
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    Mhl uses the micro-usb form factor, but adds video out as well. The infuse does support this. She would just need to get the necessary adapter.
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    Ok thanks for the info!
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