Model GWAVRTX

    IOGEAR Duplicast Wireless Screen Mirroring Transmitter - network media streaming adapter

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    Specs

    General

    • Form Factor
      external
    • Interface (Bus) Type
      USB
    • Manufacturer
      ATEN Technology

    Networking

    • Interface (Bus) Type
      USB
    • Type
      Network media streaming adapter
    • Connectivity Technology
      wireless
    • Data Link Protocol
      WiFi
    • Features
      1080p resolution support
    • Max Range Indoors
      49 ft

    Miscellaneous

    • Color Category
      black

    Interface Provided

    • Qty
      1

    Header

    • Brand
      IOGEAR
    • Product Line
      IOGEAR Duplicast
    • Model
      Wireless Screen Mirroring Transmitter
    • Packaged Quantity
      1

    General

    • Manufacturer
      ATEN Technology

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