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Trying to make a Cintiq Pro wireless

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Trying to make a Cintiq Pro wireless

Postby Prydonian » Fri 15. May 2020, 23:11

Hello! I'm hoping someone here may be able to offer some advice.

I've got a Cintiq Pro 24, and I'd like to be able to have it in a room other than the one with my PC. Since it requires an HDMI cable and a USB cable, I assume I just need to replace both of those with the appropriate wireless dongle. Unfortunately, I don't really know which ones to try, or even if my assumption is accurate. I've begun the research, but I'm seeing a price range of HDMI hubs from $20 to $1500, and I don't know how to choose. Resolution is important for my purposes, but I'll just be using it as a display so latency isn't an issue.

I'd be very grateful for any guidance. Thanks! Thanks very much!

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Re: Trying to make a Cintiq Pro wireless

Postby kangum » Tue 19. May 2020, 01:35

I wrote this long thing but I digress what you want to do the bottom line is its not viable at 4K 60hz and there is no such device that can make a existing usb device wireless that I’m aware of. What you want to do will most likely have to do with long cords and even than the cords themselves cant be that long for that high of a resolution.

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