InfoCom 2014 - Cabinet Tronix Launches We.hub Mobile Collaboration Furniture at InfoComm June 2014

"We.hub is a 'conference room in a box' with the wireless connectivity and communication features to seamlessly connect colleagues, clients or students no matter where they are located. Once connected, We.hub's highly intuitive, plug-and-play ability enables workers and learners to understand, create and share like never before," added McCullough.

San Diego, CA, June 5th, 2014 - Cabinet-Tronix, today, announced the launching of We.hub at InfoComm in Las Vegas June 18-20 2014 (booth N2946). We.hub is a breakthrough collection of mobile, collaboration video furniture geared to the needs of facility directors in corporations, universities and conference centers. Unlike similar systems, We.hub is a mobile solution whose advanced multi-user technology enables employees, customers, suppliers or students to work together in revolutionary new ways.


"The reaction at our initial installations has been enthusiastic, in particular, to how We.hub allows users to move beyond the traditional conference room and connect people wherever and whenever they want to work," said Trace McCullough, founder and CEO of Cabinet-Tronix.

We.hub units are designed for use in settings from the board room to the break room. In total, there are five unique designs ranging from the compact Rover to the fully conference-capable Atrium. The mid-sized Collabrium is available at a price far below the cost to equip a conference setting with furniture, monitors and technology. We.hub's many configuration options include: on-board battery, built in white boards, exterior pattern/color etc.

"We.hub is a 'conference room in a box' with the wireless connectivity and communication features to seamlessly connect colleagues, clients or students no matter where they are located. Once connected, We.hub's highly intuitive, plug-and-play ability enables workers and learners to understand, create and share like never before," added McCullough. We.hub's enhanced connectivity allows any Wi-Fi enabled device to connect and screen share with up to four others in real time. Sleek styling, integrated electronic and actual white boards invite spontaneous idea generation.

McCullough added, "We.hub is quite simply furniture and technology reimagined. We have poured over a decade's worth of interior design, audio-visual and tech experience into its launch. We're excited about what We.hub means to facility directors and look forward to seeing them hard at work in offices, schools and conference facilities across the USA."

Lean more about We.hub by viewing our product videos at www.wehub.biz or visiting us at InfoComm (http://www.infocommshow.org) in Las Vegas booth N2946

About Cabinet-Tronix: Founded in 2002, Cabinet Tronix revolutionized TV lift-cabinet systems through unique design concepts and telescoping lift systems. Based in San Diego, California, Cabinet-Tronix develops, manufacturers and markets high quality, in-stock and customer TV lift cabinet systems.

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