ShareView Wireless Presentation System
ShareView Wireless offers the advanced functionality of a powerful multiview switcher, combined with the unmatched convenience of a wireless presentation system; it allows multiple users to share content on a single display at once, and supports exceptional 4K resolution, all without requiring any wires or cabling.
Users can share their laptop’s screen by plugging in one of the HDMI or USB-C wireless transmitters, without needing to download any software. The wireless transmitters are powered via the connected device’s USB port, so they don’t require charging or a separate power supply.
Many commercially-available wireless presentation systems require a network connection, which often cause significant network slowdowns, making the system less reliable. ShareView Wireless breaks this dependency, offering full functionality without consuming valuable bandwidth.
Unlike other wireless presentation systems, ShareView Wireless is plug-and-play, and can switch quickly between sources. Enjoy universal collaboration with USB passthrough, which allows users to present from their laptop to a touchscreen, and to use the touchscreen to control all connected devices without any additional software, hardware, or cabling. With its compact size and plethora of advanced features, ShareView Wireless is the perfect option for conference rooms & collaboration systems.
- 79060-WPS: Base unit only (MSRP $825)
- 79060-WPS2: Base unit and two transmitters (MSRP $1,017)
- 79060-WPS4: Base unit and four transmitters (MSRP $1,783)
- 79060-HDMI: Single hardware transmitter for connecting HDMI devices (MSRP $375)
- 79060-USB-C: Single hardware transmitter for connecting USB-C devices (MSRP $375)
- Enjoy stunning image quality with support for resolutions up to 4K @ 60Hz
- Display up to four sources at once with powerful, responsive multiview
- Select sources quickly and easily with the push of a button
- Available with HDMI and USB-C wireless transmitters
- No network connection required
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