Peerless -AV rolls out new mobile Video Trolleys at ISE 2012

For digital signage applications from single screens to 3x3 video walls

At ISE in Amsterdam Peerless -AV will be showing for the first time their improved portfolio of flat panel stands, kiosks and trolleys to cater for the widest variety of applications and requirements. Products range from multi screen video wall trolleys, for mobile digital signage applications, and single screen stands, ideal for education and video conferencing, to secure kiosks designed for way -finding and public information points.

Video Wall Trolleys:
The new Peerless -AV mobile, multi screen video wall display stands are an innovative solution for delivering impactful on -the -go presentations, or creating eye -catching backdrops for exhibitions and meetings. Engineered to accommodate screen sizes from 40" to 60" with universal mounting in either 2x2 or 3x3 landscape configurations these models are quick and easy to install, configure and manoeuvre.
The product is constructed from high -quality welded steel for strength, engineered to avoid tipping, and equipped with industrial standard swivel casters for ease of movement. A horizontal rail system allows side -by -side displays to be accurately aligned, while multiple points of tool -less fine adjustment ensure a seamless overall appearance.
Single Screen Trolleys & Stands:
Peerless -AV's sleek new family of 15 flat panel trolleys and stands provide a wide range of display choices for meetings, exhibitions, conference rooms, schools, hotels and a wide variety of other venues. The comprehensive selection of single screen models fit displays from 37" to 108", with vertical adjustment for positioning the screen at the required height in addition to -5 to +15 -degrees of tilt to achieve the optimal viewing angle.
The range also includes 3 combination designs, which feature an innovative leg levelling kit that quickly transform the models from mobile trolley to fixed stand. Available in either black or chrome all single screen trolleys and stands feature all -steel construction, aluminium poles, internal cable management, theft -deterrent hardware, and adjustable tempered glass shelves where applicable.
Portrait and Landscape Kiosks:
Make a statement with Peerless -AV's new sleek kiosk enclosures, designed to accentuate the thin profile of ultra slim flat panels while displaying maximum screen area for content. Each unit can be customised with a wide range of aesthetic options including multiple colours, acrylic trim, vinyl wraps, etc. to best complement the surrounding environment or promote a brand message and corporate strategy.
Installation is simplified with eight points of tool -less adjustment to quickly position the display in the kiosk window with flush alignment, while a cam locked rear door offers enhanced security. These durable kiosks are supplied pre -assembled and the base can be bolted to the floor to increase security. Other options include cooling fans and speakers to satisfy specific client requirements.
With so many exciting new products in this expanding sector Peerless -AV has created a dedicated Digital Signage booth in Hall 11, Stand E64 at the ISE 2012 show in Amsterdam in order to specifically showcase these innovative solutions.

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