• HDMI/Composite connection • Supports iOS, Android and PC • Simple setup process
In practice, the nScreen holds up fairly well. Once we’d downloaded the iOS apps, updated the nScreen’s firmware (which is easily done via a USB stick) and connected to its own Wi-Fi network, our iPhone and iPad were able to quickly stream both photos and videos to the nScreen and were played out perfectly on a HD projector. The only stumbling block here was 1080p HD videos, which seemed stuttered and appeared a little laggy. However, 720p videos were handled by the nScreen with aplomb. PDF files could even be streamed and annotated live via a separate app. The nScreen also handled multiple devices, with the most recent device to connect heading to the front of the queue and taking over the stream. 1080p HD issues aside, in a business environment, we could really see the nScreen excelling. It’s easy to set up and use, compatible with a huge range of devices and, most importantly, it delivers emphatically on its promises.