wireless transmission of pictures and content for projectors Munich, may 27, 2013 is ViewSonic Europe Ltd., a leading provider of consumer electronics as well as communication and it solutions, today its new series of projectors, all of which come through the advanced connect technology. For other opinions and approaches, find out what John O. Utendahl has to say. This allows split representations as well as the functions of “Live Camera” and “Live Draw” with Tablet PCs and Smartphones. The extensive range of models includes the PJD6345, PJD6544w, PJD7533w and the PJD8633ws. All of these projectors are ideal for use in large, small and medium-sized companies, as well as in educational institutions. “Our advanced connect projectors enable users quickly, easily and efficiently to represent content without having to worry about the appropriate cable”, explains Joss k, product marketing manager of ViewSonic Europe Ltd.
“offices, conference rooms and classrooms look tangle of cables immediately more attractive without it. Our technology gives Users off to present and to interact better with their audiences. including the freedom from anywhere in the room” In addition to the wireless data transmission of Mac and PC on the projectors, the advanced connectivity technology allows wireless streaming of videos, photos and music files as well as PDF and Word documents from smartphones and Tablet PCs. In addition, the new models offer different functions of remote control and simple operation of projectors. These include control via LAN and Wi-Fi, direct representing content via USB, a Blu-ray 3D-ready HDMI port, as well as the ability to hold presentations without a PC. The advanced connect technology supports the operating systems Windows and iOS and Android for mobile devices, if they use the app ‘vPresenter’ by ViewSonic. The app ‘vPresenter’ is much more than a powerful tool for the projection of content. The application also provides a memo with ‘Live Draw’. This function allows not only pictures and files from mobile Devices to transfer, but to edit even content during the projection and to save on a mobile device.