Wireless display technology is no longer a niche technology for early adopters. In the consumer space several solutions are commonly available, such as AirPlay, Miracast, WiDi, and Chromecast. Interoperability and cross-platform support is fairly limited, but these solutions are getting consumers used to the idea of wireless display technology.
When we step into the workplace, the need for a wireless display solution is evident. Presenting in meetings is a daily sometimes hourly occurrence. With laptops getting thinner and lighter, the VGA connector has been jettisoned by PC makers. Unfortunately, the lack of a standardized replacement has left us with wide range of connectors: mini-VGA, HDMI, mini-HDMI, DisplayPort, mini-DisplayPort, and others. The first few minutes of many meetings is dedicated to just trying to connect to the projector as people look for the right dongle. It’s madness.
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