With ViewSonic’s new wireless presentation gateway, the WPG-370, streaming content from a personal device has never been so easy. The WPG-370 allows users to instantly and easily stream multimedia content from a WiDi laptop, smartphone, or tablet, directly to a display—without any cables or wires.
In need of a gaming display that looks cool, keeps you competitive, and has everything you need to make the most of your games? Look no further than ViewSonic’s new VX52 series of displays.
Wireless Display (WiDi) technology is an Intel® innovation that enables “wireless” audio/video streaming from a local content source such as a laptop, to an external display such as a monitor or projector.
Selecting a projector that can deliver convenience and flexibility in the form of multiple connectivity options can provide maximum installation flexibility for a variety of uses.
According to a recent EPA study, commercial sectors account for 18 percent of the overall greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S., yet very few businesses know that they can easily offset two thirds of their emissions by making simple choices for a greener, eco-friendly office.
Touch technology has revolutionized the way we interact with our computing devices, and has become the user interface of choice. Everything from ATM machines, interactive ticket booths, POS devices, slot machines, and information kiosks feature a user-friendly interactive touch screen. Let’s take a look at two of the most common touch technologies in use today.
Digital signage is most often associated with corporate advertising; however, more and more schools and universities are utilizing the technology in a much different way.
Although Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) projectors have dominated the market in recent years, projectors equipped with Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology still offer specific features that may be a better fit for your own presentation needs.
As we multitask our way through our busy day, why not grocery-shop as we wait for the subway or train? This is what drove Tesco and Peapod to provide virtual grocery stores aimed at on-the-go commuters.
Facial recognition is a turn-key solution that shifts customer engagements from static to proactive, helping retailers interact in a way never before possible.