The new ‘PressIT’ Wireless Presentation System is a plug-and-play wireless presentation system designed to eliminate the need for cables and facilitates sharing content between different PCs. Attendees simply connect the transmitter button to their PC’s USB and HDMI ports and press the button to share their content on the room’s display. No network setup, software or driver installation is required. PressIT allows up to four presenters at a time to display visual and audio content.
PressIT Wireless Presentation System offers two versions: basic with the set-top-box or cable-less with the SDM receiver. The SDM receiver was designed to fit perfectly inside the Intel® SDM expansion slot of the displays, so no cable connection is needed between the PC and display. For displays and projectors without an SDM slot for the receiver, a set-top-box version can be connected to the device. Unlike other systems in the market, no dedicated software installation is necessary.
A simple ‘plug-n-play’ set-up for a consistent, intuitive user- experience. Images can be displayed from a wireless PC, with two types of receivers available to suit the environment of the user. The STB receiver type can be used with Panasonic pro displays and projectors. Simply connect an HDMI cable. The Intel® SDM standard type receiver attaches to expansion slots on the rear of the display, requiring no installation space.
There is no special software installation necessary for the PC. The presenter's PC can also be switched by simply pressing a button, with no need to reconnect the cable. The user simply presses a button on the transmitter to display the PC screen. PressIT takes the guess work out of dealing with uncooperative, unreliable and complicated technology. PressIt reduces downtime and disruptions resulting in more efficient and productive meetings.
Hardware processing enables image compression and decompression for Full-HD 1080p resolution. Wireless transmission is IEEE802.11ac compliant for dependable, high performance content streaming with interruption. Presentations containing video content are smooth without lag time and choppy buffering for effective, efficient meetings.