LINDY has announced its new wireless VGA projector server, which allows a projector or display monitor to be added, without cabling, to a local area network.
It all sounds a bit “business-y”, being targeted more at those running business meetings, presentations and seminars in the board room, though I suppose if you really love gadgets and hate wires you could implement it at home.
The unit supports audio and streaming media standards (MPEG 1, 2 and 4), and display up to 1024×768 in 32-bit colour. It features the 802.11g Wi-Fi standard, as well as having an wired Ethernet interface.
It has a Conference Control function which lets up to 20 users log into the server simultaneously.
Now you have no excuse for faffing around during that all-important multi-person multimedia presentation. Now go out and win that contract… or something like that.
The unit costs £299, but of course you’ll also need the projector.
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By Andy Merrett | September 13th, 2007