4-screen wireless presentation

4-screen wireless presentation

AWIND was established in 2003, focusing on the business and education screen presentation market, and has a variety of multi-functional wireless screen projection devices for conference room projection and multimedia classrooms. Among them, the products are divided into: single screen [A100], two screens [A800], four screens [A810], and nine screens [A900]. All educational WIPG series support four screens.

The difference between single/two/four screens

If you are a single-screen box: 4 computers need to be switched on the screen in turn, and only 1 computer signal can be displayed at the same time. When the second computer signal is to be switched, it will automatically squeeze the first computer signal down.

If you are a dual-screen box: 4 computers can be switched on the screen in turn, and up to 2 computer signals can be displayed at the same time, or you can choose to display only one computer signal. Simply press the USB screen button connected to the computer to operate.

If you are a four-screen box: 4 computers can be switched on the screen in turn, and up to 4 computer signals can be displayed at the same time, or you can choose to display only one computer signal. Simply press the USB screen button connected to the computer to operate.

The same four screens, the difference between A-810 and WIPG series

The layout is different

The adaptive layout of A-810. When one computer casts the screen, the full screen is displayed; two computers cast half of the screen for one person; three computers cast the screen, with two on the top and one on the bottom; four devices are the marked four-screen display.

When the WIPG series is in use, the user can select the upper left/lower, upper right/lower designated position to project the screen. You can also choose no position (adaptive).

USB button A-810 is not restricted by network

The sending end of the A-810 can be a USB button or Eshow software; all WIPG series use MirrorOp software as the sending end. When using the software to project the screen, the sending end computer and the receiving end box must be in the same local area network, which means that the wireless screen presentation box needs to be plugged into the Internet cable.

The A-810 has a USB key sender and adopts a point-to-point projection method, which can be used for normal projection even in an environment without a network.

Different products have different advantages and different positioning. This is the main reason why AWIND’s customer service always consults users’ needs first and recommends products instead of just saying that a certain product is good.

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