With ScreenBeam Pro, you can beam your favorite videos, photos, and movies from your phone, laptop, or tablet to the best display in the house in full 1080p HD. You don't even need to have an existing wireless network. The ScreenBeam Pro streams content from any Intel Wireless Display (WiDi) device, including Intel’s new Gen 4 Ultrabooks. Connect the WiDi receiver to your television and you can wirelessly display almost any content from a compatible laptop, tablet, or smartphone.
ScreenBeam Pro allows you to mirror whatever is on your smartphone, tablet, or laptop display onto your HDTV. Simply plug the receiver into your HDTV, connect with your compatible device, and enjoy your screen display on the HDTV.
ScreenBeam Pro was designed to be used by everyone and takes less than a minute to set up. If you get stuck you can quickly refer to the built-in user guide and be up and running in no time.
ScreenBeam Pro can stream content from most WiDi 3.5 and higher devices, including Intel’s newly launched 4th Gen Ultrabooks. You’ll enjoy all the advantages of latest wireless display technology, including faster connect time, ultra-low latency, better picture, and more.
ScreenBeam Pro brings your gaming experience to the big screen, wirelessly. Just plug it into an HDTV (or other display) and communicate seamlessly with SHIELD. Then sit back and use SHIELD as a controller to enter a new world of gaming.
With ScreenBeam Pro, you can turn nearly any workspace with a compatible screen into a conference room. Project all or just a portion of your screen and easily share your PowerPoint slides, photos, or video demonstrations, putting an end to the bothersome equipment delays that often hold up meetings.
Screenbeam Pro doesn't need to join an existing wireless network—it creates its own dedicated wireless network. That means you'll get better quality and performance.
Laptops or Ultrabooks (various brands) with Intel WiDi 3.5 and higher
Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 10.1
Frequently asked questionsQ: Do I need to install an app on my device in order to connect it to ScreenBeam Pro?