Chromebook does not offer native screen mirroring and currently ScreenBeam 960 receiver does not support any app for Chromebook to connect. However, in most cases Chromebooks are student devices and could be routed through the teacher PC (Windows/macOS) via Google Cast for Education. The teacher PC can wirelessly connect to ScreenBeam 960 receiver and project the desired student Chromebook device via Google Cast for Education.
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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?