How Wireless Computer Monitors Work
The world of technology is moving from using wired connections to wireless connections. Nowadays, you can connect speakers, your mouse or even keyboards wirelessly to your PC. A wireless computer monitor, just like most wireless devices, comes with different modes of connection.
One of the most common ways is through the use of a Wi-Fi-powered TV adapter or a wireless USB. For the wireless monitor to work, the sender (computer) and the receiver (monitor) must have attuned wireless communication technologies. The monitor then uses its native Wi-Fi technology to catch the signals, which are then converted to graphical data.
Wireless Computer Monitors VS Wired Computer Monitors
Wired computer monitors are limited in different ways compared to their wireless counterparts. For that reason, we believe wireless monitors are better. One reason why we feel you should pick a wireless monitor is because of the freedom it offers. For instance, you can easily move around during a presentation if you connected your device wirelessly to a monitor.
In the case of a wired monitor, you will have to leave your device close to the display. Additionally, wireless connections reduce the risk of breakage that may occur due to moving around or trying to connect to different devices.
The benefits of wireless computer monitors cannot be over-emphasized as there are lots of things to enjoy when you go wireless. For one, you do not have to carry around adapters such as HDMI, VGA, and the likes when you are moving from one place to another.
One convenient thing about wireless monitors is that they do not only work with PCs but also, smartphones and tablets. So, you can easily display your presentation or notes from your phone or tablet to the screen. That way, you can readily interact with your audience and also move from one place to another.
Best Wireless Computer Monitor
- A mobile charging solution: Simply place your Qi or PMA enabled smart phone on this sleek wireless charging stand and see it get 100% charged without ever plugging anything in.
- Enhanced clarity: Full HD 1920 x 1080 clarity at 60 Hz and consistent colors across an ultra wide 178°/178° viewing angle combine to create a more appealing display.
- Multiple connections: With HDMI, Audio Line-in, and Audio-Line out ports, connecting to all your secondary devices at once is both easy and convenient.
Our choice for the best wireless computer monitor on the market is Dell’s 23-inch S2317HWi model. For Windows users, you can connect your computers wirelessly as long as you’re running Windows 7 or newer (the best laptops these days usually run Windows 10). Alternatively, you can connect any Android devices running OS 5 or above using Wi-Fi-Direct and Miracast.
As an added bonus for mobile, this monitor is also equipped with wireless charging for smartphones with Qi or PMA features. You can stream a movie while charging your phone simultaneously for the ultimate efficiency.