– Yossie Frankel
Director – Consortium for Information and Academic Technologies
Prijector Review by – Yossie Frankel : One product that I have found that seems to answer most of my concerns!
As I was reading posts from the InTELA – Independent School Technology Educators of Los Angeles (www.intela.org) … shout out to Lori Getz, Donna Mandosa, Kristin McDonald, Angela Neff, Tyler Nguyen, Richard Edmond and Tom Wadbrook…. I saw that some of my colleagues were being “attacked” by the dreaded “AppleTV signal drop!”
Now, I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE airplay and the AppleTV but truth be told, it is sometimes a bit of trying relationship. If an iPad loses its Wifi signal for a brief moment then the AppleTV will drop it like a “hot potato!” Now, for the most part, we have fixed these problems at our Consortium Schools (hey… a reason to join!!). The only “downside” is that other non-Apple devices can’t easily attach and share the AppleTV. Yes, there is AirParrot (my all-time fav – shout out to http://www.airsquirrels.com) but isn’t there an easier way to have all my devices screen share??
Yes… there is!! One product that I have found that seems to answer most of my concerns is PRIJECTOR (https://prijector.com/)
The Prijector device works with all of the major platforms (the support folks at Prijector indicate that the Chrome OS plug-in will be out soon – I hope so as I have a few installations with Chromebooks). But really gets me about this device is that it actually is a little computer!! Not only can you screen share, but it has built in Wifi, Bluetooth, browser AND it is a stand alone conferencing unit – just add an external camera and “shoot!!” It has two modes of use. 1) It is part of your network – like an AppleTV and you access it with a security code (that is changeable) or 2) It is it’s own Access Point and you just log on to the Prijector and then the Prijector will put you on the Internet (password protected as well). Unlike the AppleTV, Prijector has a built in web browser, so you can surf, link, play from the device itself. This helps save the ever important, and never enough of, Wifi Bandwidth by not having to first stream to the iPad and then re-stream to the screen share device.
– Michael Mason
Superintendent – Reeds Spring
Prijector Review by – Michael Mason : Prijector has brought a smile to the teachers and the IT team!
Prijector is a boon to our classrooms in more ways than one.
We use multiple devices like iPad & laptops to teach and wires limit the position of our teachers. Prijector helps by not having to connect to wires and one click sharing of your screen. Our teachers are very happy with this new product.
We create a lot of teaching material on iPad and android tablets which was difficult to share with students during the class. Prijector has come in as a handy tool and with very little training, all our teachers can now teach using videos, apps, presentations and the web.
The introduction of Prijector in classrooms has given freedom to our teachers to create varied content.
Normally i never purchase first generation technology, but your product did look appealing. Prijector works surprisingly well, and by using this i will definetely advertise and recommend your product.
- Jean Jaques V
Retail Insights Director - Nielson Company
"The two day session using it went VERY WELL. No problems whatsoever and the participants were super impressed."
- Helen Turnbull PhD
CEO, Human Facets LLC
We are very excited after we used prijector in our conference room. This is exactly what we need. I see the order screen but it only let me order 1 Prijector at a time. I need 5 for the first group of conference rooms. Is there an easy way to order 5 Prijectors?
- Dov Levy
"we nerded out hard over conference room hardware today. thanks for the visit @Prijector, looking good."
- Makeshift Society
"Prijector is certainly easy to set up. With the device hooked up to a display either through VGA or HDMI, it's simply a matter of connecting over Wi-Fi to get a set of on-screen instructions for sharing your presentation."
- Philip Michaels
I'm in the UK furniture industry and am connected to multiple practices that specify boardroom and meeting room tables. Prijector would save clients about £300 in cutouts and flaps with power/data.
- Michael Kowalski
"Some of the VGA connectors (grey) do not have long screws. The blue connectors are fine. If I have it with me, I will use a VGA extender: an adapter for the adapter. I use Scotch tape to join the adapter to one of the grey connectors."
- Graham K. Rogers
"Thanks @Prijector great idea! Love the concept & seems to be flying off the shelves too. A handy tool for workspaces - what do others think?"
- Alliance Virtual @alliancevirtual