Vol 22 - Issue 35


Optoma Signs Disway in Morocco

by Helen Vince

Optoma and Disway have formed a distribution partnership which will cover Morocco. Disway will be Optoma’s main distribution partner in the region for business projectors.

Tags:Distribution| Large Display Monitor| MEA (Middle East & Africa)| Optoma| Projectors| Vol 22 - Issue 35

Eizo Guarantees Six Months Without Bright Pixels

by Tom Allen

The new EV2750 is one of the monitors covered by the warrantyEizo is expanding its product warranty to cover bright pixel defects on certain monitors in the FlexScan, ColorEdge and Foris ranges. The company …

Tags:Desktop Monitors| Eizo| Large Display Monitor| Vol 22 - Issue 35| warranty

Canon Claims World’s Lightest DCI Projector

by Tom Allen

Canon has shown a new LCOS projector, with resolution above DCI-4k (4096 x 2400), which will be launched in Q1’16. Specifications are still being finalised. Named the XEED 4K500ST, the unit is an installation …

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Canon Europe Names Head of Business Imaging Group

by Helen Vince

Canon Europe has appointed Markus Naegeli as head of its business imaging group. Naegeli joined Canon in 2002 and since then has held various senior management positions in Switzerland, Germany and at Canon’s headquarters. …

Tags:Canon| Large Display Monitor| People| Recruitment & Appointments| Vol 22 - Issue 35

Eizo Slims Bezels for Multi-Monitor Set-Ups

by Tom Allen

Eizo has released a new Flexscan monitor, with edge-to-edge glass that is flush with the narrow bezels (outer: 1mm, inner: 5.5mm), for a fully flat surface. The monitor cabinet is 48.5mm deep. Picture-in- and …

Tags:Desktop Monitors| Eizo| Large Display Monitor| Narrow Bezels| Vol 22 - Issue 35

Rumour: Xiaomi Plans Notebook Entry

by Tom Allen

Rumours from Asia claim that Xiaomi will enter the notebook market next year. The first 15″ unit is said to be under development with help from ODM partners Inventec and Foxconn. It will apparently …

Tags:China| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Notebooks| Vol 22 - Issue 35| Xiaomi

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STAR Program uses Augmented Reality for Medical Purposes

by Norbert Hildebrand

The System for Telementoring with Augmented Reality, or the STAR program for short, is a multi-institution project sponsored by the Office of the US Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs. It includes Purdue …

Tags:AR Glasses| Augmented Reality| Medical| Mobile Display Monitor| Transparent Displays| Vol 22 - Issue 35

Workstations Recover in Q2

by Tom Allen

Expectations were mixed for the Q2’15 workstation market, following a ‘surprisingly painful’ first quarter, said Jon Peddie Research (JPR). Stakeholders were seeking reassurance that the market was not following the downward trend of the …

Tags:AMD| Dell| HP Inc| Jon Peddie Research (JPR)| Large Display Monitor| Lenovo| Mobile Display Monitor| Nvidia| Vol 22 - Issue 35| Workstations

Christie Takes BIRTV Award

by Tom Allen

Christie’s 6P laser projection system won this year’s BIRTV Award, at the 2015 Beijing International Radio, TV & Film Equipment Exhibition (BIRTV). The judging panel praised the technology as a ‘groundbreaking’ achievement.

Tags:Awards| Back Panel| China| Christie| Events| Large Display Monitor| Laser Projectors| Vol 22 - Issue 35

Christie Accelerates Chinese Deployment

by Tom Allen

Wanda Cinema Line (WCL), said to be the world’s largest cinema operator, and Christie have signed an agreement to accelerate the rollout of digital cinema and immersive sound solutions in China. Over the next …

Tags:Back Panel| China| Christie| Large Display Monitor| Vol 22 - Issue 35

Epson Rules July Projector Sales

by Tom Allen

PMA Research has announced the top-selling projectors in the USA in July. The company divides the results into three categories: ‘pico and personal’, ‘mainstream’ and ‘4,000+ lumen’. The best-selling ‘pico and personal’ projector was …

Tags:Epson| Hitachi| Large Display Monitor| NEC| Optoma| PMA Research| Projectors| sony| USA| Vol 22 - Issue 35

AMD’s R9 Nano is Here – and Worth Waiting For

by Tom Allen

AMD has formally announced its Radeon R9 Nano graphics add-in board (AIB), as the latest and most anticipated member of its Fury X series of GPUs. It’s a marvel of technology improvements. according to …

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