The ScreenBeam 960 receiver can connect to the network using either Ethernet or WiFi. ScreenBeam 960 has a built-in 802.11n wireless client and RJ-45 100Mbps Ethernet port dedicated for wired or wireless connection.
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- Can a laptop with VGA output bypass through to receiver’s HDMI output?
- Can a Windows device without Wi-Fi Miracast connect to ScreenBeam 960?
- Can the 3.5mm audio output be connected to auxiliary stereo/speakers?
- Can the macOS desktop be extended with native screen mirroring on ScreenBeam 960?
- Can the ScreenBeam 960 support VGA output?
- Do guests need to install any applications or drivers to present to the ScreenBeam 960 with the new changes for iOS or macOS?
- Do I put the ScreenBeam 960 on the corporate network or guest network for devices to use macOS or iOS?
- Does macOS and iOS native screen mirroring perform differently in terms of quality or responsiveness than ScreenBeam App mirroring on the ScreenBeam 960?
- Does ScreenBeam 960 receiver support Google Chromebooks for screen mirroring?
- Does ScreenBeam 960 receiver support Windows 7 PC for screen mirroring?