Optoma to reveal ‘QUAD’ LED display series addition at ISE 2020

Optoma will return to ISE 2020 to present its expanded range of 'QUAD' all-in-one LED display solutions, interactive flat panels (IFPDs), innovative real-life projection applications, professional and consumer 4K UHD projectors.

Making its debut, Optoma will reveal the FHDQ163 (QUADZilla). The new Full HD 1080p LED display has a larger screen size of 163" (3.6 x 2.025m), but still offers the same all-in-one solution.

The QUAD series 4-in-1 SMD pixel allows for a smoother screen surface, wide viewing angle and more robust design. Boasting a high brightness of 600 nits, the QUAD series is suitable for any indoor retail or corporate application. Thanks to an ECO-friendly <0.5W standby mode that conforms with ErP regulations, power consumption is reduced, which saves on energy costs.

Thierry Millet, Managing Director of Optoma EMEA said, "ISE is Optoma's most important platform to showcase the latest developments in display technology to our customers and partners. We are excited to officially launch our latest addition to the QUAD LED display series (FHDQ163) and demonstrate our unique LED display, projection and IFPD solutions."

Other key demonstrations on the Optoma stand this year include:

FHDQ130 - all-in-one motorised lift and transport system for mobile use

QUADShow - ensures complete protection of the FHDQ130 within the easily movable flight case, which fits through standard-sized doorways 

Interactive flat panel displays (IFPDs) - Optoma will be combining the 130" QUAD LED display (FHDQ130) with an IFPD – to display and encourage collaboration with interactive content the entire audience can see.

Immersive hologram experience - Optoma has partnered with blueBOX, so visitors to the stand can experience the world-famous holographic 'Roncalli Circus' for themselves. 

ZK1050 – flagship DuraCore 4K UHD laser projector 

ZU860 – Optoma will show it's ZU860 WUXGA DuraCore laser projector in a dual-stack along with the Optoma Nano, powered by VIOSO

Innovative HeavyM mapping solution - Optoma has partnered with HeavyM to expose the possibilities provided with projection mapping

Flexible laser projection range - Optoma will showcase its latest DuraCore laser projectors designed specifically for ultimate flexibility in professional settings

ISE 2020 takes place from 11th to 14th February 2020 at the RAI Exhibition Centre in Amsterdam. Use the code 705254 to receive your free entry ticket: http://www.iseurope.org

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