InFocus has stolen a march on an anticipated run of product launches at Macworld in San Francisco this week, introducing a new solution for Macs which enables wireless projection of audio and video assets via a projector.

Based on wireless technology from Wisair, the InFocus DisplayLink Wireless system (c.$136) allows presenters to easily connect to InFocus DisplayLink-enabled projectors and share HD content on the big screen without wires.

The solution first came to market in August last year – for Windows only. Today the company brings Apple laptops into the fold, it will release the system with Mac OS X support at the end of March 2010.

As the company explains:

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