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Wireless VGA without drivers?

Posted on 2013-05-15
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2013-11-08
I have a situation where it would be very handy to have a wireless solution to get video from a laptop to a large display where there is no convenient way to run cabling.  I'm trying to find a device that does not require drivers so anyone can come in and plug into the unit as if it were a projector.  The transmitter and receiver should essentially act on their own and the laptop would detect it like any other monitor.  Does such a thing even exist?
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by:Ben Hart
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This would work for you.. but it's been discontinued:
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Didn't find anyhting else so far.. but you can get teh Gefen here:

Seems high but their MSRP when Newegg sold them was $389.99

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by:First Last
ID: 39167977
Wow, how did you find that?  That is precisely what I am looking I just need one that's not discontinued.  Thank you for finding it, now I have an example of what I am looking for.  Have you used one by any chance?  I'm curious how well they might work.
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by:Ben Hart
ID: 39167993
I have never needed a wireless vga device so I cant attest to how well they perform.  But I am in the same boat as you.. if I needed one, I would definitely not want one that required drivers.  What you might do is contact gefen and see if they make a replacement device for this or if they know of any other mfg's who do.

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by:First Last
ID: 39167999
Will do.  I'll leave this open for a bit to see if anyone else wants to weigh in and if there are no other replies I'll go ahead and assign the points, thanks!

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