Mitsubishi Electric this week announced the launch of a new Visual and Imaging Systems Division, meant to focus on display walls and printer imaging products.
The continual decrease in pricing for large-screen flat-panel TVs has made big-screen viewing more common than ever. But there is still no more appealing and
immersive audio/video entertainment experience than the one-two punch provided by projectors and screens.
Almo Professional A/V has announced its March slate of "AV Snacks" webinars, which focuses on higher education.
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Almo Professional A/V this week opened registration for its first two E4 events this year. The events are scheduled for Chicago March 28 and San Francisco April 25.
Mitsubishi Electric this week announced the launch of its new LaserVue family of lamp-free projectors for the education market, which do not require lamp replacements. The projectors will debut at the (Florida Education Technology Conference) at the Orlando Convention Center this week.
Control4’s new products and technologies for the first half of this year include an enhanced music experience, a wireless streaming system, refreshed lighting solutions, an updated operating system and additional commercial offerings.
It’s a sad day for people who are willing to sacrifice thin-ness for more screen real estate, because Mitsubishi has decided to end production of their rear-projection DLP lines. When you talk about money per square inch of screen, those sets simply could not be beaten, and they never cheaped out on the quality either.
Distributor Capitol this week announced its CEDIA Expo plans, which will include five training classes, as well as huge video wall at its booth.