I will be using the Gigabyte GA-Z97X-UD5H-BK motherboard. So it natively supports 3 monitors output - hdmi, dvi, and vga.
To make things complicated, i wish to have my monitors go wireless.
I did a lot of searches of wireless hdmi products, e.g. ASUS WAVI, IOGEAR GW3DHDKIT, Peerless HDS-WHDI100, Nyrius, etc, some support single input (PC side) while some support multiple inputs (like KVM switch), but all of them have only one single output (monitor/TV side).
I am not sure but i guess i need two pairs of those wireless devices for dual/multiple monitors configuration.
(A) Do I have to find an additional wireless-DVI and/or wireless-VGA?
Among the technologies, I think WHDI is preferable over WirelessHD. I am using the monitors all the time. And I will be sitting in between the line-of-sight.
(B) Will multiple pairs of WHDI devices (connecting to same PC or different PC) interfere with each others?
Some of the mentioned devices have pass-through ports of HDMI, e.g. one HDMI in at the transmitter, one HDMI out at the receiver, and one HDMI out at the transmitter locally which will not used up the HDMI port on the source device. So, we can connect one monitor at the receiver, and one monitor at the transmitter.
(C) Can the two monitors achieve extend of desktop, not just mirroring?
(D) Are there any products which have multiple receivers, so I can do dual display, and output to TV as well?
My ideal product is to have a "wireless display HUB", which connects to multiple PC/NBs, two/three monitors, and a TV. Ideally it will be possible to display certain PC/NBs on certain screen(s), and display another PC/NBs on another screen(s). Only two/three scopes will be enough for me. Imaginary, there will be multiple transmitters connecting to each PC/NB, and multiple receivers connecting to each screen. They will form a pool of sources and outputs behind the scene. I am not sure if it needs one more device for central processing. But this is not a problem.
(E) Does such a solution exist? Is this configuration theoretically possible?