Optoma commits to largest ever stand space at ISE 2013

posted on Wednesday, 12th December 2012 by Steve May

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Projection display specialist Optoma says it will take its largest ever exhibition space at ISE 2013. Two adjacent booths will be used to showcase the latest additions to its Optoma, ProScene and ThemeScene ranges. While specific product introductions have yet to be confirmed, the announcement underscores the growing strategic important of the European event. 

What we do know is that Optoma will be demonstrating its second generation of ProScene Pro-AV edge-blending solutions, with a dramatic multi-projector display in the main demonstration area. The brand used ISE 2012 to launch its first edge-blending products.

There will also be a sizeable hands-on space featuring LED+ and laser projector technology. Optoma Europe has also pledged to support the event with its biggest contingent of team members from the Optoma Product Management and European Sales regions, so there should be no shortage of people to talk with.

The two Optoma stands can be found adjacent to each other in Hall 4, booth R56 and R60. Integrated Systems Europe 2013 will be held at the Amsterdam RAI, January 29-31.

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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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