BenQ's SmartEco(TM) Technology Brings Pure Brilliance and Smarter Savings to Projection Solutions

Enhanced Eco Modes Increase Lamp Life up to 10,000 Hours and Reduce Power Consumption by up to 80 Percent

BenQ Expands Flexible, Eco-Friendly, Short-Throw Projector Lineup

MX819ST and MW820ST Combine Simple Operation With Enhanced SmartEco(TM) Technology to Enable up to 10,000 Hours of Lamp Life

C2G Offers Connectivity Solutions at InfoComm to Assist Customers with the Transition to Digital

"Adapt.Convert.Transform." C2G is helping customers navigate the analog sunset.

Hitachi Joins the HDBaseT Alliance, Unveils Its First HDBaseT-Enabled Projector

Hitachi today at InfoComm 2013 made its first announcement as a member of the HDBaseT Alliance, releasing its new commercial HDBaseT-enabled projector.

Planar Brings Precision Multi-Touch to 4K Displays

Planar UltraRes Touch 84-inch 4K displays continues Planar's leadership in ultra HD resolution category with best-in-class, large format, multi-touch display capabilities

Panasonic Adds Short-Throw Projector to "SOLID SHINE™" Series Lamp-Free Lineup

PT-RZ475U delivers excellent image quality and low maintenance in a variety of deployment environments

SHARP Wins Commercial Integrator BEST Award for AQUOS BOARD™ Interactive Display Systems

The boards' versatility and collaborative technology are ideal for enhancing business meetings, teleconferences, and presentations; as well as training and classroom instruction.

LG Demonstrates Higher-Resolution, Higher-Brightness Digital Signage Displays at InfoComm 2013

With First 84-inch class Ultra HD Commercial Screen, IPS Display Solutions, LG Electronics Drives Change in U.S. Digital Signage Industry

Silex Technology Introduces X-5 for Digital Signage Connectivity at InfoComm 2013

Makes Installation Easy With Full HD Video Hybrid Wireless Distribution System, Standalone Media Player

Sony, BOI Solutions and Scalable Display Team at InfoComm 2013

32 Megapixel display with interactive touch highlights cooperation

Samsung Unveils New Dynamic Signage Solutions and Display Technology at InfoComm 2013

Wide Array of Innovative Digital Signage Products and Solutions at Booth #3343 Reinforcing Samsung's Position as Industry Leader in Commercial Display

VIZIO PREVAILS IN PATENT TROLL CASE, AGAIN

Lochner Technologies ; Ruling marks the 7th notable recent VIZIO victory over NPE(non-practicing entity)litigation

Global Cache' iTach Flex Awarded Commercial Integrator BEST Award Honoree

Integrator Awards includes innovation, functionality, competitive advantages, and benefits to the installer.

SurgeX SEQ-1U: Smart, Slim Surge Eliminator and Power Conditioner

Easy programming and smart control functions complement surge protection and power conditioning to make the SEQ-1U an intelligently compact energy management device.

MultiTouch announces SUR40 'Migration Guide'

Manufacturer provides User, Developer & Integrator support for system conversions to its MultiTaction Cell displays

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