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Trish

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Hello...I have a room that has a projector mounted to the ceiling. To plug my laptop into the projector, there is a connection on a side-wall that I plug into with the monitor cable.

I am wondering if it is possible to connect to the projector wirelessly?? I want to be able to have the laptop anywhere in the room without running a 10 metre cable to the wall.

I have seen wireless devices that can carry a TV OUT signal here, however there will be alot of laptops using the device (not at the same time) and not all have TV OUT.

Any ideas???

Thanks
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i've seen a few projectors that actually have wireless cards in them for just this purpose....i have yet to see a wireless video card (except for your tv out guys...which...i think work like an fm modulator...sort of...)...like...true wireless video...

i would almost say that you could...in theory get a small computer up on a shelf next to the projector and connected to it..and set up a wireless card in it...and just network to it....you would be able to set up a little home wireless network for the projector...and just remote into it when you want to project stuff..
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i take that back

http://alliancewareh...rprojector.html

check that stuff out...i think that's what you're wanting
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