Summary: I suppose this thing might work for displaying static images. You CAN get an image from a MacBook Pro to the LiteShow III wirelessly, and then to a projector from there. But it was no good for video or presentations that included animated transitions or builds. Which covers 90% of what I project.
Summary: We just remodeled our training room and we mounted the projector to the ceiling. I did not want to run cables or pay to have someone run the cable, so this was a perfect answer. This device works with well with any projector.
Summary: Bought this on the recommendation of one of our vendors. I'm not sure what they saw in this product. It only has 4 resolutions it works with, the output is only VGA, which means we have to use a converter on our primary presentation display, and the folks manning the support lines have no idea how...
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: Purchased one for a conference room - it will inevitably have an issue if running for longer than 40 minutes, requiring a reboot. Not intuitive to set up and seems like inFocus completely dropped support for the product. I'd suggest looking elsewhere.
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: 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: The unit works as advertised. It takes a little used to to connecting through wireless otherwise no issue. I recommend this product especially if you want to mount the projector in the ceiling.
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.