What Is a Wireless Presentation System? How Does it Work?

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Nowadays, wireless presentation systems have become increasingly popular among companies worldwide. Many IT employees have installed a wireless presentation device in their company’s meeting rooms, reception areas, or other locations. What is a wireless presentation system exactly? How does it work? Why is it so popular among enterprises? In this blog, I will answer these questions one by one.

What Is a Wireless Presentation System?

A wireless presentation system is a device that allows you to cast contents wirelessly from your laptop, smartphone, or tablet to a connected projector, flat panel, or TV. With a high-quality wireless presentation device installed in a meeting room, every participant can make a smooth presentation and effectively collaborate.

Some of the representative brand products include AV Access eShare W50, Barco ClickShare CX-20, Barco ClickShare CX-30, etc. All of them have one feature in common: the capability of wireless screen casting. Besides that, they have different functions and features. Please read another blog Which is the Better Presentation System, Barco ClickShare or AV Access eShare?” if you are interested.

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How Does a Wireless Presentation System Work?

A wireless presentation system is usually built with one or two antennas receiving the wireless video signal. It is also built with a video output port like HDMI, so it can output the video signal to a display device. For different BYOD devices, like laptops, smartphones, or tablets, you can cast contents wirelessly via different screen mirroring technologies, like Miracast, AirPlay, and Google Cast.

Let me take the eShare W50 wireless presentation system as an example. It allows you to cast your contents wirelessly via Miracast, AirPlay, or a USB-C dongle. All you have to do is just enable your mobile device’s Wi-Fi function or connect eShare W50’s hotpot.

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Different from some pure wireless presentation systems like Barco ClickShare CX-20, AV Access eShare W50 is built with physical input interfaces: an HDMI and a USB-C, as well as an indispensable HDMI output port. It can work as a wired presentation switch, so you can connect your video source to it via an HDMI or USB-C cable, then transmit it to the display device.

Why Are Wireless Presentation Systems So Popular?

The reason is that a high-quality wireless presentation system device can make your meetings more productive. It requires a lot of preparation time to deliver a wonderful presentation or host an efficient meeting. If you have trouble finding the right cable to connect to the meeting room display, a high-quality wireless presentation system helps you cast the screen wirelessly, with no cable hassles. Now you and your team can concentrate more on the issues and contents of the meeting. It helps enhance team collaboration and improve work efficiency.

What’s more, a wireless presentation system will also ensure your guests/clients present content from their devices effortlessly. When your guests visit your company and walk into the conference room, you probably don’t want them to struggle with messy cables for presenting.

This is also ideal when you need to host a meeting with multiple presenters. It will eliminate the time needed to switch from presenter to presenter since all participants can connect quickly and effortlessly.


A wireless presentation system can make your meetings more productive. If you are looking for an advanced and reliable wireless presentation system device, AV Access eShare W50 is the one you can’t miss out on.

eShare W50 supports both wired and wireless connections. You can share contents easily from your source device to a large screen via USB-C/HDMI port or wireless casting. Working with BizEye series webcams and AnyCo series speakerphones, the system allows you to make a wonderful local presentation or hold an efficient remote conference in your meeting room.

That’s all for the blog. If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to leave a comment below.

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