Exertis extends Optoma range for resellers

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Technology distributor Exertis has broadened the range of Optoma products it offers resellers, which will now include LED displays, interactive flat panel displays and associated accessories.

A leading DLP projector brand across EMEA and worldwide, the Optoma’s solutions include high brightness projectors for meeting rooms, boardrooms and classrooms, ultra-portable LED projectors for off-site meetings, as well as high-resolution projectors for home cinema enthusiasts and gamers.

Exertis said the audio-visual firm’s LED displays will offer resellers “high brightness, high impact imagery” even in environments of high ambient light, making them ideal for auditoriums or for use as atrium welcome displays.

The award-winning QUAD FHDQ130 LED offering, for example, produces a 130” Full HD image that offers depth, detail and simplicity, while taking just a couple of hours to install.

“We are pleased to be able to add Optoma’s award winning LED displays and interactive flat panels to our portfolio,” commented Greg Bennett, head of Extertis Pro AV Solutions. “Optoma’s products are highly regarded for their high quality and reliability with applications in business, education, professional AV and home entertainment. Whether it’s simple projection or a complex installation, our resellers will have a competitive solution to offer to their customers.”

Designed for corporate and education environments, Optoma’s multi-touch interactive flat panel (IFP) displays boast 4K UHD resolution combined with a 20-point touch-enabled display.

Available in 65”, 75” and 86” sizes, the range comes with a number of handy pre-installed apps designed for business meetings, including intuitive video conferencing app Zoom and the speedy Screenshare app that allows multiple attendees to share their screen with the room. Cloud Drive functionality also allows users to save documents to the cloud via Google Drive or OneDrive.

“We have built up a close working relationship with Exertis, which has distributed our projection products for more than a decade,” commented James Fitzgerald, Optoma’s UK territory manager. “But Optoma is no longer just a projection company – we are in the business of big imagery - whether that is projection, LED displays or IFPDs.

“We are delighted to enter this exciting new phase with Exertis extending its range of Optoma products to meet the demands of all environments and project briefs.”

Daniel Todd

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