InFocus LiteShow III Overview
The LiteShow III is a small box, with a pair of adjustable antennas. It doesn't have a whole lot of connections - afterall, besides feeding it power from a very small "power brick" (it draws very little power). The LiteShow III can receive data from your computer by wireless or wired transmission. There's an RJ-45 jack (standard wired networking) connector, but I suspect most will be using the device wirelessly with projectors. Wired likely may be viable for closer displays - such as an LCD monitor or LCDTV, which, of course, this InFocus LiteShow III.
Support for displaying up to four sources at one time (at the click of a button), makes the device appealing, and a strong play for computer labs, classroom projects requiring collaboration, and a quick way of simply going from one presenter to another in a boardroom, conference room or training room.