connect your laptop to your TV wirelessly

It’s cheap and simple to get a lot more screen real estate for your PC or Mac. Here’s everything you need.

If you’re getting bored or annoyed with your laptop’s tiny screen during the coronavirus lockdown, maybe you should try using your big TV as a monitor instead. It’s great being able to sit back on your sofa and surf the web, play PC games or stream video from apps not available on your TV. Or maybe you just want a bigger view for video chat while you’re stuck at home.

Using your TV as a monitor has downsides too. Text might be too small to see, input lag might ruin your gaming scores, and while the couch may seem comfy, it may turn into a neck ache when put into service as an office chair. And then there’s the mouse, trackpad and keyboard to worry about. But going PC-to-TV works well in many situations, and the best part is that it’s cheap (or free) depending on what gear you already have.

Wireless connections
There are a few options to skip the wires completely. Again, it depends on what computer you have, as well as the capabilities of your TV (or the streaming device connected to your TV).

1.NO NEED INSTALL APP
You also can share you desktop or screen if you don’t want to install application on your devices include windows/MacOS/iPhone/Anroid

2.MULTI SPLIT DISPLAY
The BJ62S can accept multiple transmitter streams at the same time.The final effect can be a multi-screen effect, see to the video on the left

3.UNIFIED MANAGEMENT
The management system can configure and maintain all of the meeting boxes, can collect and dashboard the used data and statistics. and this system can be private deployment

4.BJCAST SENDER SDK
Provides a development kit for the sender, which can be integrated into the customer’s own OA or IM system. supports iOS/MacOS/Windows/Android

 

 

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