Summary: The wireless on this often doesn't work. Then when the user is connected to it's wireless network, that doesn't matter because this units uplink to my company's wireless is dead. Also, it is bad at receiving a DHCP ip and often defaults to an IP on a different subnet that my company users making it...
Summary: It's not going to work for video or rich media - we use it to show speakers notes, so it's only outputting black backgrounds with white text. It's a bit clunky to get configured -- I recommend going into the web interface and changing the system to have a PIN that you create.
Summary: I have a new computer with NO VGA hook up and we have a projector that ONLY has a VGA connector. So I needed something to bridge the gap. I called In Focus and they suggested the wireless adapter and it works great.
Summary: Personally, I did extensive testing on the device and was unable to get it to meet our needs. It glitched out frequently, didn't handle range gracefully, and do not let your computer fall asleep.
Summary: We wanted to use our InFocus projector wireless without cables. This is the only adapter that we could use with our projector instead of like some projectors where you can use a cheap adapter from Walmart. It works fine, but is a bit expensive.
Summary: The unit is represented as able to connect to a wireless access point, but this doesn't work. InFocus technical support confirmed that this feature is not reliable and recommend the unit be hard-wired. OK, let me explain.
Summary: We used an InFocus LiteShow II in my church for several years with no problems. When it died we bought an InFocus LiteShow III, a completely new design from the II. This one was not easy to setup like the II and that may have been because it was defective, but when you can't get hold of a...