Infocomm 2010: Dynamic 2 has been the star product in the Arthur Holm booth.

At this year's Infocomm, Arthur Holm at its booth C7690, has showed Static and Dynamic 2 models. Visitors and customers have highlighted the practical benefits that the Dynamic 2 product range offers.

Las Vegas 9 -11th June 2010 // Infocomm continues to be the most important tradeshow where audiovisual professionals and providers AV services, of more than 90 countries, meet to take important decisions for the rest of the year.

At this year's Infocomm, Arthur Holm at its booth C7690, has showed Static and Dynamic 2 models. Visitors and customers have been welcomed by Henrik Holm, director of Albiral Display Solutions, and they have highlighted the practical benefits that the Dynamic 2 product range offers.

The Dynamic 2 monitors allow the automated integration in meeting room and conference tables; retracting, lifting and tilting over itself, allowing the correct position and the appropriate viewing angle. It also adds extra and synchronized features like motorised goose neck microphones, voting system, simultaneous translation System and video camera. The most elegant and ergonomic solution, that provides the latest multimedia technology without forgetting aesthetic, design and ergonomics.


Dynamic 2 monitors are installed in the most prestigious meeting rooms in the world, such as the Arts Hotel in Barcelona, the University of Kuwait, Oran's Palace in Alger and the police of Abu Dhabi, among others.

InfoComm 2010, once again, has embraced giants and small professionals of AV industry, and as an especially significant note this year, the news highlights are incursion and development of 3D television, and a notable increased participation of Latin American negotiators and business opportunities.

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