wireless display transmitter enables legacy devices to optimize screenbeam receivers
the screenbeam usb transmitter 2 is an adapter that enables wireless display from windows devices that lack native miracast tm support. the global standard for wireless display, miracast technology creates a point-to- point connection between the source device and the display, allowing users to project the digital content from their laptop onto the big screen.
educators and business professionals who have legacy devices can simply plug in the screenbeam usb transmitter 2 to the source device and obtain wireless display connectivity to collaborate, create and communicate.
screenbeam usb transmitter 2 extends the value of legacy devices and enables wireless display from windows devices that lack native miracast support. windows 7/8 devices with an outdated cpu, wi-fi or graphics cards can use this external transmitter to connect legacy laptop, tablet and desktop devices to a screenbeam wireless display receiver. the usb transmitter 2 comes with software that is able to support and deploy multiple laptops at a time.
built for dense environments
screenbeam usb transmitter 2 is specially designed to avoid channel interference. once plugged into a legacy device, the intuitive software of the screenbeam usb transmitter 2 automatically scans and allows users to select the cleanest 5ghz channel for a strong transmitter-to-receiver connection for maximum performance. users also have the ability to manually assign a 5ghz channel.
modern conference rooms and classrooms
when paired with screenbeam receivers, screenbeam usb transmitter 2 increases productivity and collaboration by enabling real mobility for educators and business professionals. no longer tethered to the projector, presenters are able to walk around the room engaging their audience, creating an interactive environment.
screenbeam usb transmitter 2 is a high-performance commercial solution that enables users of windows legacy systems that lack native miracast support to experience the freedom of wireless display.