Wireless display and wireless presentation display are often used interchangeably. Are they the same thing? Almost. There is a slight difference if you want to get technical about the terminology.
First, let’s define the two terms:
Wireless display: Wireless display technology is essentially a standard that allows for wireless mirroring of the user device screen to the room display. A wireless connection untethers presenters to move freely around the room while sharing content.
Wireless presentation: Wireless presentation – or wireless presentation solutions (WPS) – refers to hardware products that provide wireless sharing in meeting spaces and classrooms. BiJie Box that eliminates cables, adapters and apps making it effortless to share and collaborate over content.
Whichever term you use, you are using the same wireless display technology to accomplish the same goal: simplify setup and operation of sharing your screen with others.