New options to instantly share content without plugging in a dongle transmitter and Multicast to multiple displays simultaneously
Bracknell, UK. 13th July 2022 - Panasonic PressIT, the stress-free Wireless Presentation System, has just become even more versatile with the addition of two great new features to help business users quickly meet their content sharing needs. Wireless Display provides Windows’ users with the option to instantly share content straight from their device via a keyboard shortcut without having to plug in the Transmitter Dongle. Multicast enables all users to display information to multiple screens simultaneously, ideal for larger meetings or events.
“For those looking to instantly share their thinking with the group or that need to communicate and share content on a wider scale, Wireless Display and Multicast are two great new additional features for what was already the most collaborative and intuitive wireless presentation system on the market,” said Hartmut Kulessa, European Marketing Manager for Panasonic Visual Solutions.
Panasonic PressIT is designed for simple and efficient meeting room, huddle space and classroom collaboration. The system allows up to four presenters to simultaneously display visual and audio content and up to 32 devices to be connected to plug and play presentation - removing the need for cables, software and fuss. It offers superior image quality, with crystal clear HD image resolution and zero lag on video playback. Wireless presentation also doesn’t mean compromising on security. PressIT uses WPA2 AES128-bit encryption to keep participants’ data completely secure, removing the chance of data leakage.
In addition to its presentation system, Panasonic has also recently launched its second collaboration product in the PressIT range, further underlining its commitment to provide the most flexible, future-proof and secure collaboration systems on the market. PressIT360 is a revolutionary new 360o video conferencing solution designed to take the stress out of hybrid meetings. It simply connects to a PC with just one USB Type-C cable and provides stunning high-resolution horizontal visuals and clear sound, whether viewing in the room or from a remote location.
For more information, visit:
Read more insights…
How has visual attraction design changed since Expo 2010 Shanghai, and what trends are emerging ahead of Expo 2025 Osaka? Chad Kunimoto investigates.
Mention 3D and many of us will immediately think of the pioneering 3D movies where frighteners like the shark Jaws jumped out of the cinema screen to shock the audience. These initial experiences were fun at the time but the surprise of the repetitive effect quickly grew old and was tiring on the eyes. However, 3D has not faded away, far from it. In fact, the use of 3D technology has continued to develop with more powerful media servers and resolutions continuing to improve the experience. Use of the latest 3D techniques in blockbuster movies, such as Avatar 2, look set to revive 3D at the cinema but the other major focus for modern 3D is in the area of entertainment and theme parks.
Panasonic 1-Chip 4K DLP™ projectors and displays provide immersive experience at Linen Mill Studios in Northern Ireland.
Sustainability - The word and the associated challenges are on everyone's lips in the field of Higher Education. Here, we provide an insight into how sustainable thinking and action can also be applied to investments in technology for higher education.
Sorry there was an error...
The files you selected could not be downloaded as they do not exist.
You selected items.
Continue to select additional items or download selected items together as a zip file.
You selected 1 item.
Continue to select additional items or download the selected item directly.