The 10 Best Wireless Presentation Systems

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This wiki has been updated 6 times since it was first published in December of 2018. Whether you're briefing your local branch on new company policies or sharing expense reports with corporate headquarters, the right wireless presentation system will go a long way toward making your job easier. As all businesses are different, there's no one-size-fits-all solution to collaboration, so we've rounded up some of the most comprehensive hardware suites as well as the simplest to use. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best wireless presentation system on Amazon.

10. Polycom Pano

9. Google Chromecast

8. Barco ClickShare CS-100

7. Crestron AM-200

6. Barco ClickShare CSE-200

5. WePresent WICS-2100

4. Crestron Mercury

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3. StarTech WIFI2HDVGA

2. Black Box Coalesce MPE

1. Mersive Solstice

Editor's Notes

April 05, 2019:

One of the reasons you won't find many user reviews for wireless presentation systems is that some of the most popular and powerful ones call for at least a little IT knowledge to keep up and running properly. Partially because the field is a little esoteric, those AV professionals aren't quite as inclined to write lengthy paragraphs about their complicated setups as everyday consumers are apt to share about their purchases. Recently, though, upgraded hardware and software, as well as a couple new releases, have made the field considerably easier to navigate. Of course, if you're just working with a small-scale startup and just need easy wireless connectivity, you could always go with Google's Chromecast. It doesn't offer any advanced features, but it's dead simple to use and an outright bargain compared to most. StarTech's hub is only a small step up in price, and has functionality more in line with what you'd expect from an entry-level, business-oriented system. The WePresent WiCS-2100 is a remarkably powerful device, and if you can find a good deal on it, it may be the way to go, as it allows 32 devices to connect simultaneously, 4 of which can share the screen at once. It's really a very powerful device. For small, but ambitious companies, though, it's hard to top the Black Box Coalesce MPE, which is remarkably easy to work with, even for clients on the other side of the world.

Now, if you really mean business and need something with commercial-grade functionality, you have several great choices. The Polycom Pano is the centerpiece to a vast selection of remote conferencing devices, and it works with a lot of other ecosystems' equipment as well. It's also tightly integrated with many of Microsoft's business-oriented products. Crestron, the developers of the AirMedia 2.0 suite, delivers excellent performance with both the AM-200 and the Mercury, though they're very different beasts. The AM-200 is a powerful central hub that provides a wide variety of features, but it's just one part of what is a somewhat complicated setup if you don't have your own IT department. The Mercury can also benefit from having a talented systems administrator on hand, but the difference is, it's practically a do-it-all videoconferencing device with built-in mirroring as well as unified communications support, although its exceptional versatility does come at a pretty high price. Barco (who also owns WePresent) has a very interesting option in its ClickShare line; whereas most systems rely on the users' devices to make their own individual connections, ClickShare works on a dongle basis. When an executive, coworker, client, or guest comes to your site, simply hand them a dongle, which they plug into a USB port, and they can begin collaborating with minimal delay. A lot of companies find this much easier than coaching new users through even the relatively few steps that other models require. The drawback is you've got to be extra diligent to keep people from walking away with the considerably pricey USB dongle. But if you've made it this far, you deserve to know that quite a few AV professionals testify that the Mersive Solstice is the best-in-class wireless presentation system. It's full-featured, reliable, offered in a few different configurations to suit your organization's size, and can do just about everything that you'll need in order to present and collaborate clearly and efficiently.

Christopher Thomas
Last updated on April 10, 2019 by Christopher Thomas

Building PCs, remodeling, and cooking since he was young, quasi-renowned trumpeter Christopher Thomas traveled the USA performing at and organizing shows from an early age. His work experiences led him to open a catering company, eventually becoming a sous chef in several fine LA restaurants. He enjoys all sorts of barely necessary gadgets, specialty computing, cutting-edge video games, and modern social policy. He has given talks on debunking pseudoscience, the Dunning-Kruger effect, culinary technique, and traveling. After two decades of product and market research, Chris has a keen sense of what people want to know and how to explain it clearly. He delights in parsing complex subjects for anyone who will listen -- because teaching is the best way to ensure that you understand things yourself.

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