HOW TO CONNECT TO SCREENBEAM

No apps, no wires, no kidding!
Wireless display supports native wireless screen mirroring
for your favorite devices.
Windows

10 / 8.1
Step 1: Press Windows + K on the computer.

Step 2: Select the ScreenBeam receiver from the drop down list.

No app or Wi-Fi network required, uses Miracast peer-to-peer network. Watch demo.
Android

4.2 or later
Step 1: Open settings.

Step 2: Tap display then wireless display.

Step 3: Select the ScreenBeam receiver from the list.

No app or Wi-Fi network required, uses Miracast peer-to-peer network.
macOS                iOS

10.10 or later         9 or later
Step 1: Open the Control Center or swipe up from the bottom of the computer screen.

Step 2: Select the ScreenBeam receiver from the list.

No app is required. See FAQs.
Student: Chromebooks
Teacher:
Windows 10 or macOS devices
ScreenBeam works with Google Cast for Education when teachers are using Windows 10 or macOS devices.

Step 1: Use Google Cast for Education to mirror student’s desktop to teacher’s screen.

Step 2: Mirror the teacher’s screen to the class display using ScreenBeam.
ScreenBeam also offers an app for wireless screen mirroring on Apple devices.
Contact your sales or channel representative for more information.

Windows 7 legacy devices can be wireless-display-enabled by purchasing a USB Transmitter 2
or by downloading the infrastructure network app.

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