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Wireless / Network Add-On for any Projector or Display Wireless / Network Add-On for any Projector or Display

Add the InFocus LiteShow III wireless adapter to any projector or other display to quickly and easily share data, audio, and video over a secure wireless connection.InFocus_LiteshowIII_1.jpg

  • Eliminates cables and speeds time to presentation
  • On-board video decoding for fast, smooth playback
  • 802.11n for fast data transmission
  • Connect and display multiple computers
  • Creates a secure wireless network access point
  • Multiple security levels

Click here to open the InFocus LiteShow III Datasheet (as PDF).

Why choose LiteShow III?

  • Turns any display with a VGA input into a wireless and/or networked display
  • Connect and display multiple computers with Moderator and QuadView collaboration tools
  • 802.11n for ultra-fast transmission of data, video and audio
  • On-board video decoding displays HD video seamlessly
  • Creates a secure wireless network access point

Fast and convenient wireless connection

Display video without compromise

LiteShow III displays seamless video and allows for easy connection and display from long range.

  • 802.11n wireless technology for fast transfer speeds of 150 Mbps and a reach of up to 300 feet (91 m)
  • On-board video decoding does the heavy lifting instead of the computer, so you'll get fast and clean reproductions of video and audio even at high resolutions and from older computers with less processing power
  • Visitors can connect to LiteShow III by inserting the LiteShow USB drive into their computer and start presenting -- no special admin rights or software to install

Tools for collaborationInFocus_LiteshowIII_3.jpg

Control the display of multiple computers

The powerful Moderator feature allows a room full of computers to connect to a display and gives a “moderator” (via a web page) the ability to select which screen is displayed.

  • Effortlessly switch presenters for seamless business collaboration
  • Teachers can wirelessly connect their students’ laptops and choose which student can display their work
  • QuadView can display up to four connected computers at the same time – ideal for web meetings, collaboration and classroom projects

Flexible and secure

Configurable to fit your organization

LiteShow III is flexible enough to be used for wireless display only or configured to fit into the most complex and secure network infrastructure.

LiteShow III maintains your security standards while giving multiple options for network and internet access. It complies with the latest security protocols, including WPA2-PSK.

Wireless presentation with access point


LiteShow III can work as a network access point, which allows any wireless-enabled computer or PDA to connect, present, and/or access corporate network resources or just the Internet. The Gatekeeper function can be set up to block all (display only), allow Internet access (display and get to the Internet) or allow all (display, Internet, and company network).

Present through your network

There’s no need to switch wireless networks to present. Stay connected to your corporate network (email, shared folders, etc.) when you want to present – simply connect to LiteShow III like a printer and start presenting. Secondarily, when configured for network presentation, guests can still use the wireless/access point functions to present and access the Internet while keeping your network assets private.

How To Order

AV Works are premier suppliers and installers for InFocus products - so if you require any technical or sales support, please call us on 0845 269 0001 today!

We can also offer a FREE demonstration of the InFocus LiteShow III, so you can "Try Before You Buy". Call us today for further information.

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