ScreenBeam Inc. today announced the release of ScreenBeam 1100 Plus.
Advancing upon the ScreenBeam 1100 4K wireless presentation system, the ScreenBeam 1100 Plus “offers a sleek design with HDMI input to combine wireless display and HDMI switching in a single device and includes multi-user and role-based central management of devices to support large deployments with multiple sites and administrators,” according to the company announcement.
Here’s more from the ScreenBeam press release:
The ScreenBeam 1100 Plus wireless presentation system includes advanced technology and features to meet the most stringent commercial and higher education user requirements, including:
Flexible deployment options reduce complexity and lower capital costs.
Three separate and active network interfaces supporting simultaneous connection to both employee and guest networks as well as dedicated Miracast wireless interface. Configurable local Wi-Fi mode may also be enabled providing more flexibility for different network access policies and deployment needs.
No apps to install and maintain or dongles or cables required.
Support for native wireless display protocols allows Windows, macOS, iOS, Chrome and Android devices to connect without having to install and maintain an application or use a USB dongle or cable.
Wirelessly markup content with zero latency—then instantly save and share.
Only ScreenBeam natively supports Microsoft Windows Ink across all Microsoft Office 365 apps – the productivity tool used by majority of organizations worldwide. ScreenBeam patent-pending Ghost Inking technology eliminates all wireless inking latency for a natural pen-to-paper experience.
Single device for both wired and wireless connections.
New HDMI Input eliminates the need for an HDMI switch, so rooms are fully functional for wired and wireless connections by combining wireless display and HDMI switching in a single device.
Multi-user and role-based central management of devices.
Each ScreenBeam 1100 Plus includes Central Management System (CMS) Enterprise software to monitor and manage ScreenBeam receivers using a standard web browser, and support multi-user and role-based access for large deployments with multiple sites and administrators.
“Organizations are preparing to transition employees back to the workplace and that will require ensuring safe meeting spaces,” said ScreenBeam VP Mike Ehlenberger in the company announcement.
“We delivered ScreenBeam 1100 Plus to help facility and AV/IT teams implement contactless content sharing by eliminating touchpoints with cables, adapters, remote controls and switches. Transmitting company communications is easily done with integrated HTML-based digital signage functionality to keep employees and guests informed of company safety measures,” he said.
“All in all, we anticipate a remarkable reaction to our most advanced and flexible offering ever at a price difficult to beat,” said Ehlenberger.
ScreenBeam 1100 Plus is available now for $999. Contact your ScreenBeam sales rep or authorized elite partner for more details.