Optoma promises biggest ever ISE, with Pro 4K UHD projectors and interactive flat panels

posted on Tuesday, 6th November 2018 by Steve May

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Optoma has promised its biggest ever presence at ISE 2019. The DLP projector market leader says it will showcase expanding range of visual display technologies at the show, including all-in-one LED display solutions, 4K UHD DuraCore laser phosphor professional projectors, and interactive flat panel displays.

A ‘work, impress and play’ theme will see a full range of products on display, covering business, education, professional installation and home entertainment markets. The space will be supported by local sales and technical support teams.

“Our increasing local presence and growing market share is matched by the long-term investments in technology and R&D of our parent company Coretronic,” says Thierry Millet, Optoma EMEA Managing Director. “Our combined strategy and synergy promise a fantastic future for the group.”

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There will be demonstrations of real-life applications using projection mapping and blending, as well as a full range of scaler-switchers for both projection and LED displays. The company will also present its wireless in-ear headphones from the award-winning NuForce audio range.

ISE 2019 runs February 5 - 6, at the RAI Exhibition Centre in Amsterdam.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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