Just a head-up, this is not a practical or useful setup, just some of the what-if that no one tried, for science . If anyone is interested, read up I have a HP x2 612 g1 that has been serving me well, but its lack of HDMI port is annoying when I want to be portable with a bigger canvas. One day I noticed that it has Miracast build in, and I wondered if a Miracast dongle can turn a drawing monitor into a wireless display (at least in the display signal part). It should works, in theory. List of tools used: - Anycast M2 dongle - 8$ from Lazada - UM16 drawing display (XP-Pen 15.6 rebranded). It's very portable and draw very little power, can be powered from an usb port. -female to female HDMI adapter to connect dongle to the HDMI side of the UM16 -Otg cable for android test. -Xiaomi battery pack for power both the display and the dongle First is Windows test, The UM16 is connected to the dongle via HDMI. Power usb cables from both the dongle and the UM16 is connected to a battery pack. The digitizer cable of the UM16 is connected to the HP tablet. As expected, it worked. The display is mirrored, pen calibration is spot on, however... the latency is so bad it's unusable. Not sure if all Miracast are like this or it's the 8$ dongle... Cursor lag was so bad, lines catch up with pen tip very slowly it's impossible to draw properly. Here is a sad Pikachu I tried to sketch in this condition Next up is the exciting Android experiment . XP-Pen had confirmed that their graphic tablet works with Android 6.0 and above via OTG. So I thought, since the XP-Pen 15.6 also use the same digitizer tech, if the digitizer works via OTG, screen mirroring works via Miracast, then Android could be used in Cintiq mode! The set up is similar to the Windows setup above, except that the digitizer cable is connected to Android phone via OTG port. Using the Android build-in mirroring features, the screen casting worked as expected. The pen, not so much. Without specific driver, the pen worked as mouse cursor in the Android system, without mapped drawing area. Also the mouse positioning is mapped badly with the long side of the display mapped to short side of the phone and vice-vesa,that make mouse mode impossible to control lines. Pressure works in Ibis Paint and Medibang, but it's no good with the uncontrollable mouse mode. Then I downloaded the Deco Draw app which is developed specifically for XP-Pen graphic tablet. To my surprise, it worked! The drawing area is mapped to the whole display. There was some cursor offset due to my phone being 18:9, but it's close. Except that it's impossible to use the pen to pick tool from the tools bar, the pen cursor only works on the canvas. I have to pick tools with touch on the phone screen, which is likely software bug, the Artist 15.6 is not officially supported after all. Also unfortunately, wireless display latency is even worse than on Windows. Here is another sad Pikachu on Deco Draw App. Note the black dot above the pen tip, that is the drawing cursor which offset a bit due to different resolution. I assume it would be perfect on a 16:9 phone. So the verdict is those setup is practically useless with bad display latency (though I don't know how much of it is the fault of the cheap dongle). This open up some possibilities : if a powerful enough Android phone connected to an USB-C hub/dock that output both HDMI and USB port, with native support of Deco Draw App, Cintiq mode with decent display quality on Android phone could be possible. Adding the fact that XP-Pen 15.6 display is thin, light and easily powered from a battery pack, it could be good on something similar to the Samsung dex Edit: lugging the XP-pen and battery pack around is worse than a Windows tablet or an iPad though, so yeah not so practical.