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Olivier

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Hi all,

I'm looking into options to display info/dashboards in screens across the office as well as being used as a wireless HDMI cable for presentations. I'd like to know if I find these features on the LG OS.

I explain. When nobody is doing a presentation I'd like the screnens to displays a webpage or pages (with info, statisctics,..). Once we need the screen for a presentation, we can "connect" wirelessly to the device to display what we have on the screen of a laptop/tablet,...

There's a device that does all that, it is called, Airtame. And I wonder if I can have these features directly form the TV/webOS

Thank you

Oli

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