Projector Quick Connection
By Hitachi Consumer Electronics Co., Ltd.
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Projector Quick Connection is an application that enables you to send photo files, document files and website contents to compatible Hitachi projectors over a wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) connection using your iPad.
-Display photo images, document files and websites using your compatible Hitachi projector
-Support “Open In....” to import files that you wish to display
-Find projectors on the network automatically by using the Auto Discovery function
-Supports up to four(4) devices at the same time including iPad
-Built-in basic projector control command such as power, switching input source and others
-Supports slide show function for photo file
-Change name of input source buttons
-Download and Upload document files automatically into iCloud.
Supported files for projection
-Microsoft® Word (.doc, .docx)
-Microsoft® Excel (.xls, .xlsx)
-Microsoft® PowerPoint (.ppt, .pptx)
-JPEG (.jpeg, .jpg)
Projection remote control functions
Compatible Hitachi projectors
To use this application, optional USB Wireless Adapter (USB-WL-11N) is required.
CP-X2015WN, CP-X2515WN, CP-X3015WN, CP-X4015WN, CP-WX2515WN, CP-WX3015WN, CP-X8150, CP-WX8240, CP-WU8440, CP-X8160, CP-WX8255, CP-WU8450, CP-SX8350, CP-X2514WN, CP-X3014WN, CP-X4014WN, CP-WX3014WN, CP-X3021WN, CP-X2521WN, CP-X2021WN, CPX11WN, CPWX12WN, CP-A222WN, CP-AW252WN, CP-X2530WN, CP-X3030WN, CP-WX3030WN
iPad, iPad2, New iPad (The third-generation iPad). iOS 5.1.1 or later version is required.
What's New in Version 3.0.0
The following functions have been added.
Security function is a function that prevents the content projection and projector control from an unauthorized user.
Monitoring is a function that you can check battery state 、lamp time and other information on PJ Quick Connection.
Disappointing. Only v. basic connection
I had hope this would enable me to e.g. show a Keynote presentation off my iPhone. Sadly it seems to work by taking the keynote file and then Effectively extracting the slides from it as images. The basic slides can be shown, but any builds, transitions etc. are lost. It may be enough for what you want, but I'd strongly advise 'try before you buy' if iOS or Mac compatibility is something you are looking for with your Hitachi projector.