InFocus DisplayLink Wireless Adapter
The next step in connectivity. InFocus introduces another wave of wireless freedom to projection. The new InFocus Wireless DisplayLink™ adapter replaces USB cables for your DisplayLink enabled InFocus projector, giving you the freedom to present wirelessly over USB, from anywhere in the room. Plug and project ease coupled with wireless USB technology provides point-to-point connectivity of up to 30 feet / 10 meters without cables. Simply connect the pre-paired adapters into the USB ports between the computer and your InFocus projector and begin presenting. With Wireless DisplayLink adapters, connectivity has never been so simple.
Flexibility meets ease of use. The Wireless DisplayLink adapter contains all the necessary software in an onboard driver, supporting a true plug and project experience with current Windows based operating systems. Both Wireless DisplayLink adapters are powered via the USB connectors so no external power is required and, because they are about the size of your average USB thumb drive, they'll fit into any briefcase, laptop bag or accessory pouch. Both male and female adapters are designed to connect and rotate to three different positions for maximum flexibility in tight spaces.
The performance you want - the security you need. With a one-to-one connection between any PC or laptop and our DisplayLink enabled projectors, the Wireless DisplayLink adapters provide crisp and clear images delivered with fast and reliable Ultra Wide Band (UWB) technology. The USB compliant adapters have a proprietary relationship and are factory pre-paired to ensure secure transmissions up to 99mpbs over a 128 bit encryption protocol. Project seamlessly and securely over distances up to 30 feet / 10 meters.* Windows 7 is not currently supported.
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Q:I have a INFocus IN2126 and a Epson ELPDC11 document camera will this unit work with my equipment.Asked on 8/10/2015 by Douglas from United States
A:it should work but keep in mind that windows 7 is not supported thru displayLink.Answered on 8/20/2015 by Lisa from .