EET europarts returns to Integrated Systems Europe with a booth entirely dedicated to its brand Vivolink. At booth E-80 hall 1 of the RAI in Amsterdam will be presented a wide offer, ranging from connectivity to conference, to new supports for portable displays.
Quality, robustness and easy of use: these are the words that, again this year, will characterise the AV solutions presented by EET Europarts at ISE 2020.
The Danish distributor – the largest in Europe in the field of video surveillance products, spare parts and accessories for computers, printers and mobile phones – will be present at the fair (in Hall 1, booth E-80) with its own brand Vivolink to present the renewed offer of cables, speakers, extenders, solutions for meeting rooms and much more.
A presence that, compared to last year, will be even more focused on making known to customers, partners and visitors who will reach the Vivolink booth, the simplicity of use that comes with these products: from the new HDMI 2.1 cables able to support 8K signals to the optical cables for the transmission of 8K signal over long distances, up to the new model of the Made Easy Meeting, a HDMI controller for meeting rooms that simplifies content sharing from your portable device to the monitor or projector in the meeting room.
At the Vivolink stand there is also space for products dedicated to the retail, museum and trade fair sector, with the launch of a new support for iPads: an elegant solution dedicated to shops and chains that use the Cupertino tablet to show the specifications of the exhibited products, but that can also be used as a digital totem on exhibition or museum paths. The new range of support for portable displays is added to the iPad stand which can support monitors in vertical or horizontal configuration up to a maximum weight of 50kg. A flexible solution that is well suited to all those environments -from small shops to shopping malls, from businesses to trade shows- that need to configure displays in a flexible way without resorting to permanent installations.
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