ScreenBeam releases 4K multi-network wireless display
Wireless display manufacturer, ScreenBeam, announced the release of its 4K wireless display platform, the ScreenBeam 1100, including the combination of a local Wi-Fi mode, Miracast and dual-network infrastructure connectivity.
The ScreenBeam 1100 enables device connection to guest and enterprise networks simultaneously, allowing guest internet connectivity for collaboration alongside employee access.
Employee devices can remain isolated to allow access to enterprise network resources, with the ScreenBeam 1100 supporting major OS platforms to create an app-free screen sharing experience for Windows, Apple and Android devices.
The ScreenBeam 1100 is native in Widows 10 devices, enabling native inking across Office 365 apps, plus support for interactive touch displays.
The wireless display also natively supports Windows and macOS extended screen mode, with a built-in local Wi-Fi mode and network bridge functionality.
Windows 10 users can press Windows + K to connect and wirelessly present, marking up displayed content and allowing users to save and share content.
The ScreenBeam 1100 also features a central management system and can connect to displays, projectors, control systems and Skype Room systems via HDMI and USB.