Connecting Your Tablet to Your Projector
If you've ever had to relay a complex idea to someone with only your words, you know how intimidating such a task can be. Even if the vision inside your head is perfectly clear, it can be difficult to articulate. And it doesn't always help to have a person - or worse, a whole conference room - staring at you with a puzzled look in their eyes while you try to explain your position. It's better to show than it is to tell, right? Visual aids almost always help in these situations. Too bad you've got all of your charts, graphs, and illustrations on your tablet.Or is it? If you've got access to a projector, you are perfectly capable of connecting your tablet to your projector via a Wifi connection. In this post, we're going to show you how to do just that so that you can take your presentation to the next level. Where's the Wifi? There are a few specific projectors on the market today which come with their own built-in Wifi connection. If you already have one of those, it should be pretty self-explanatory how to connect your devices. But, if you have an older, more common model, you'll want to connect it some kind of digital media console that has Wifi capabilities - a middleman, if you will. A gaming system, an Apple TV, or Google's Chromecast box are all good choices, depending on what kind of device you're trying to connect to the projector.