No apps, no wires, no delays.
No apps or wires
Native Miracast support for Windows and Android and native support for iOS and macOS means no apps or wires.
Captures annotations on room touch display, then instantly saves on the presenter’s screen, whether or not touch-enabled.
Windows and macOS users can wirelessly display in both duplicate and extended screen modes.
Secure and manageable
Centrally deploy, configure and manage receivers even across locations, saving time, money and resources.
Where ScreenBeam makes a big impact
In the office—ScreenBeam screen mirroring is taking off in office settings. The days of struggling with the right AV cable, HDMI or VGA adapter to connect laptops to the room display are gone. Today presenters have gone mobile, carrying their presentations and visual aids on their mobile devices. Native wireless screen mirroring technology eliminates the hassles and delays due to lost or mismatched cords for a problem-free user experience.
In the classroom—ScreenBeam screen mirroring is making a big difference in education. Teachers are no longer tethered to their desks where the cable is the only option to project to their screen. Schools have traded in their old AV equipment for sleeker, easier-to-use screen-mirroring technology. In classrooms where the students carry mobile devices, teachers can personalize learning for better student outcomes.
Drive better collaboration by fully enabling Windows 10 experiences and optimizing use of in-room touch displays and Windows Ink and true extend screen.
iOS + macOS
ScreenBeam 960 connects with iOS and macOS devices. ScreenBeam’s market leading wireless display receiver just got better.
Miracast: Everything you need to know.
Wireless connectivity is core to our everyday lives: entertainment, work and communication rely on a secure and steady connection. ScreenBeam receivers support most Windows, Android and Apple devices. Modern Windows and Android devices are Miracast friendly including tablets, smartphones, PCs, and laptops. Microsoft includes Miracast on devices that come with Windows 10 and 8.1. Miracast Android devices include those that are 4.2 and later.
ScreenBeam receivers are designed with the Miracast technology standard so can seamlessly establish a direct connection between a modern Windows or Android device and the room display, providing a superb user experience with nearly zero latency. Miracast does not rely on an existing network, and does not require a wireless access point. This is a huge advantage for commercial and education environments because it allows heavy video traffic to be moved off the network. Miracast is also secure, supporting WPA2 which is widely used to authenticate devices.
Empowering businesses and educators to achieve.