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'The feedback received for the BE Free5 was excellent so we're excited to unveil the next evolution of our true wireless in-ear headphones with a raft of improvements.' explains Kishan Mistry, Senior Product Manager at Optoma EMEA.
The Optoma UHD65 is leading the charge for budget 4K HDR projectors.
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He says the Optoma HD 25 projects beautifully on a 10-foot screen, has 2,800 lumens (which means a bright picture) and the machine is quiet.
- Crafting the ideal projectors for road warriors worldwide, Optoma has introduced two new projectors that incorporate 3D capability and the most advanced image processing available in the 3 lb.
In addition to Acer and Asustek, other Taiwanese companies that attended the exposition included Optoma Corp., Optronics Co., Ltd., Inventec Corporation, and AimCulture Co., Ltd.
Many companies have chosen to enlarge their stands, with Samsung, Sony, Digital Projection, Sennheiser, Barco, AVC Group and Optoma among those taking the opportunity to 'size up' in 2013.
THE compact Optoma GT100 is perfect for gamers who hog the telly and for checking out photos on a bigger screen.
Unlike usual iPod docks, the Optoma's Neo-i features not just built in speakers, but also a 50 ANSI Lumen pico projector which is able to pitch images up to 120 times larger than the native WVGA (the usual digital display resolution) size of 854x480 pixels and a bulblife of over 20,000 hours.
The palm-sized, lightweight and rechargeable nature of Optoma's Pico portable projector series (PK100-PK301) offers users of the iPhone, iPad and other smart phone devices, the ability to make an impromptu presentation.
With the Optoma PK301 DLP Projector, anytime is the right time to show off your vacation pictures or give an impromptu business presentation to a small group of people.
(l to r) Gaby Matar, Group Managing Partner, eSolutions; Adam Dent, Territory Manager, Optoma Middle East & Africa; Toni Junghaenel, Channel Account Manager for the Middle East, Motorola Enterprise Mobility; Dr Iyad Rahwan, Faculty at British University in Dubai; Ayman Mattar, Regional Marketing Manager for Xerox Middle East; Khalid Khan, SME Channel Manager, MENA, Avaya