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ScreenBeam | 1000 EDU

4K Wireless Display for Schools • App-free • Wireless Touch • Extended Screen • Enterprise Management • And, Classroom Orchestration • Yes, it’s what you’ve been looking for.

Wireless screen mirroring is an essential tool for moving teachers from the front of the classroom and into the classroom, making it easier to connect and collaborate with their students.
The result is the right kind of teacher and student interactions that foster creative productivity and encourage meaningful collaboration. The need is clear and it is already being met by education institutions all over the world. Keep scrolling to hear from ScreenBeam experts that are making a difference every day in their classrooms and getting the most out of their devices.

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4K App-Free Wireless Screen Sharing and Annotation on Any Teacher Device


ScreenBeam 1000 EDU delivers app-free screen sharing on any device eliminating the need to download an app or keep a cable or dongle nearby. Simply tap to wirelessly connect a mobile device to the room display. Teacher and guest devices have multiple ways to connect including local Wi-Fi mode, Miracast™ and network infrastructure connectivity. Teachers can display up to four student screens simultaneously, and with a Windows 10/11 device can ink and annotate in Office 365 apps and share notes to student devices or the front-of-room display. 

USA Catalog number: SBWD1000EDU

Canada Catalog number: SBWD1000EDUCA

Sale Restricted to K-12 Education Customers Only

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Instantly transmits alerts and notifications to any meeting room or classroom with a ScreenBeam-enabled display. Available as a free feature of Enterprise class Central Management System (CMS-E).

Learn how to reverse engineer the modern classroom and gain freedom of choice and more functionality with less devices and less money. 

ScreenBeam has impacted tens of thousands of teachers and students across the globe. Take a look and listen to them, follow them on Twitter, ask them yourself. We don’t sell devices, we sell impact in the classroom.

“We’re seeing many teachers share lessons from the back of the room instead of the front, and this new level of mobility has been increasing student interactions and collaboration.”

| Case Study

Josh Wakefield

Director of Technology, Juniata Valley School District

“We selected ScreenBeam because it works across multiple operating systems and does not tax our wireless infrastructure. Also, ScreenBeam is easy for teachers to use, reliable, and economical.”

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Jonas Prysliak

Department Specialist, Regina Catholic Schools

“This technology has helped to increase the engagement across all levels at my school.”

| @MattHoffHCPS

Matthew Hoff

Principal, Hillsborough County Public Schools

“ScreenBeam devices completely untethered me and gave me the mobility in the classroom I was looking for. I’m now able to go around with my convertible laptop without having to be stuck next to a computer. This mobility allowed me to keep myself on task and keep my students on task with limited time interruption.”

| @MrYanuzzelli

Jim Yanuzzelli

Instructional Tech Specialist, Bridge Township Public Schools

Native Extended Display

Unlike many application-based solutions, ScreenBeam natively supports Windows and macOS extended screen mode ensuring content privacy while keeping the device screen available for other actions.

Wireless Touch and Inking

Combine native Windows Inking across Office 365 applications with a touch display and ScreenBeam to share notes, presentations and more directly to student devices or the front of room display.

Wireless Mobile Document Camera

With ScreenBeam, teachers can accomplish the same function of a document camera with their mobile device. Simply turn the Webcam feature in your mobile device into an instant, mobile document camera!

Walking Digital Whiteboard

Microsoft Whiteboards make it easy for teachers to organize and communicate ideas creatively. ScreenBeam turns that into a mobile experience to take student interaction and collaboration to a new level.

User-friendly Digital Signage for Staff, Student and Guest Communications

Idle displays in classrooms and staff rooms can be employed to educate, inform and alert staff and students with integrated HTML-based digital signage capability.

Technical Specifications

Minimum System Requirements

Chromebook Teacher Device

OS: Windows 10/11 (64-bit), macOS 10.10, or Chrome OS 81.0.4043.103

CPU: Fourth gen Intel Core i5 or ARM-based equivalent for Chromebook

Chromebook Student Device

OS: Chrome OS 81.0.4043.103

CPU: Intel Celeron N3060 or any ARM

Windows Teacher Device

OS: Windows 10/11 (64-bit) build 1709 (or later)

CPU: Fourth gen Intel Core i3 or AMD equivalent

Windows Student Device

OS: Windows (64-bit) build 1709 (or later)

CPU: Intel Celeron N3010 or AMD equivalent


• H.264 compression

• LCPM 2.0

• Up to 4K30

• 10/100/1000-BASE-T RJ-45 LAN (non-concurrent with Network Bridge)

• Miracast and Local Wi-Fi Mode: 802.11ac dual-band 3×3 MIMO
• Network Bridge: 802.11ac dual-band 2×2 MIMO (non-concurrent with Ethernet)



• 1 x HDMI Output
• 1 x VGA Output
• 1 x Analog 3.5mm audio Output
• 2 x USB 2.0 Host Type-A
• 1 x USB 3.0 Host Type-A
• 1 x DC Power Jack

Content Protection2
• HDCP 2.x

• Input: 12VDC, 3A
• Consumption: 8.4W (typical), 36W (peak)

• 8.66 x 5.66 x 1.99 inch (220 x 144 x 50.5 mm)

Operating temperature
• 0º – 40º C (32º – 104º F)

Storage temperature
• -20º – 85º C (-4º – 185º F)

Operating humidity
• 20 – 80% non-condensing

Storage humidity
• 10 – 90% non-condensing

Compatible OS/Device

Miracast P2P wireless display requires certified device with either:
• Windows 10/11 build 1607 (and later) or Windows 8.1
• Android 4.2 (and later)

Wireless display over network requires device with either:
• Chrome OS 81.0.4043.103 (and later)
• Windows 10/11 build 1709 (and later)
• Windows 7 (and later)
• macOS 10.10 (and later)
• iOS 11 (and later)

Language support
• English


Regulatory and compliance
North America:
• FCC and UL
European Nation:
• CE, RED and RoHS

• One year

1 Actual display resolution and quality depend on the wireless/network environment
2 Content protection is not available for macOS/iOS
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