ScreenBeam Announces Expanded Wireless Display Support Across All Major Platforms
SANTA CLARA, Calif: ScreenBeam, a leader in wireless display and collaboration solutions, today announced its ScreenBeam 960 now enables Apple iOS 9 and later devices, and 2012 and later macOS devices to wirelessly present using native screen mirroring to connect to the room display.
Geared for corporate and education market customers that want to transform meeting rooms and classrooms into efficient, collaborative workspaces, ScreenBeam 960 offers a faster, easier wireless presentation experience that doesn't require downloading an app, while providing enterprise-level security and remote management.
Our latest ScreenBeam release is the 'effective connector' for fueling collaboration making it easy for people and information to come together, said Mike Ehlenberger, VP and GM ScreenBeam. ScreenBeam 960 is the most enterprise scalable solution with support for mixed OS environments, large deployments across a campus or business can now be centrally managed - at a price point that can't be matched.
ScreenBeam 960 highlights
Native wireless screen mirroring means no apps or wires are required.
True extended desktop so Windows and macOS users enjoy wireless display connections in both duplicate and extended screen modes.
Wireless touch allowing Windows 10 users to instantly capture annotations on room touch displays and save on the presenter's device.
Centralized IT management saves time, money and resources.
Seamless connection to displays, projectors, control systems and Skype Room systems via HDMI and USB.
Pricing and Availability
ScreenBeam 960 is now available for $299. To obtain your receiver, please contact one of our Elite Partners or contact us.
For existing ScreenBeam 960 customers, the updated firmware and documentation may be obtained from ScreenBeam Customer Support. Actiontec recommends installation of the latest firmware to ensure stability and optimal performance of ScreenBeam units.