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Microsoft Wireless Adapter with MSP?

Cintiq Companion, Cintiq Companion Hybrid, Cintiq Companion 2 and MobileStudio Pro
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Microsoft Wireless Adapter with MSP?

Postby introjoe » Fri 24. Aug 2018, 09:01

Anyone tried out the Microsoft Wireless Adapter with a MobileStudio Pro?

Since connecting with cable still doesnt work - might this be the workaround ? Or is it possible, that the internal MSP Screen would still flicker?

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Re: Microsoft Wireless Adapter with MSP?

Postby introjoe » Tue 11. Sep 2018, 09:34

Hey everybody

Just for your information: I recently bought this microsoft wireless adapter to connect my msp16 to an external screen.
aaand: it seems to work totally properly :D

there is no screen flicker at all !
but - as expected - there is a bit of latency with this wireless connection, and also the resolution isnt that great ... but fair enough !

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