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Why you need a Wireless Presentation System?

Seven reasons you need a wireless presentation system in your meeting room.

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We at OfficePlus are passionate to make your next conferencing a great success. Please find below reasons that will enhance your conferencing experience resulting in a more efficient and productive meeting.


Ever had to get up and interrupt an important presentation just because you needed to swap cables in and out of the projector? Save yourself from the hassle of figuring out what cable goes where. Plus, cables add unnecessary clutter. Let’s not add them where they aren’t needed.

You could have prepared the most professional, convincing presentation out there, but it is going to lose its impact if you deliver it surrounded by cables and wires. Of course, cables do a great job of connecting people, but they are certainly not problem-free. Don’t make your audio-visual system the focal point of the presentation. Spare your clients and colleagues an unsightly mess of cables and instead invite them into a sleek, well-presented conference room.


We work in a mobile-centric world. To be efficient and user friendly, your meeting space should cater to all mobile devices. That includes tablets, smartphones, and laptops. Most wireless presentation systems allow you to display content from any of these devices. Oh, and save yourself the cost of buying a remote presenter. You don’t need it. Just install a smartphone application. The wireless connection enables the application to communicate with PowerPoint, for example, to remotely control your presentation slides from the convenience of your personal mobile device.


Several users can access the system at once. Changing presenters is as simple as one click. This interactivity is perfect for open-forum discussion in conference rooms, classrooms, or lecture halls.


Some wireless presentation systems, like the Black Box Wireless HDMI Presentation System, can reach up to 90 metres! Ideal for large rooms like auditoriums and lecture halls where users are stationed far from a projector.


Show multiple sources at the same time on one screen. This is great for education and training applications where the audience can make side-by-side comparisons.

In today’s business world, audio-visual systems have to cater to a range of devices and connections. For companies taking a BYOD-approach to business, this is especially true, with Macbooks, iPads, iPhones, android phones and laptops all being used by employees. With a wireless presentation system, you have one device that fits all devices. It also means as a business you can move with the times and adapt to changes in technology when they happen.


There’s no need for AV support when you’re using a wireless presentation system. Just fire up your laptop, tablet, or PC; connect to the network; and open the wireless presentation system software. Then, it’s go time.


Slim, compact versions are available for when you need to travel or move frequently from room to room. These devices fit in your pocket. When you’re ready to present, simply plug it into a display or projector for quick presentation sharing. Some models, like the Micro Wireless Presentation Tool, provide 802.11n Wi-Fi support, which delivers up to five times the throughput and greater range of earlier Wi-Fi technology.

Another big selling point of wireless presentation systems is that they can be taken outside of your own meeting room and used pretty much anywhere. This means that your workforce can be transformed into a ready-made sales force. A wireless system allows an employee to walk into the offices of a client and deliver a presentation on any television or projector available, without any connection worries.

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