NEC Display Solutions South Africa will be showcasing innovative interactive display solutions for the education market at the 6th annual African Education Week convention and learning expo held at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa from 2 – 4 July 2012.
Delegates and visitors to this year’s conference and exhibition will have the opportunity to view demonstrations of NEC’s NP01Wi interactive wall mount solution for whiteboards. The integration of Luidia’s eBeam technology into NEC’s projector mount enables all M Series short throw projectors, and U Series ultra-short throw projectors to deliver advanced data interactivity to customers thereby enabling them to not only view, but collaborate on, projected content in real-time. This leads to more exciting, engaging, and productive classrooms.
In addition, NEC will be presenting the slim-slim form MultiSync® X461S, with a depth of only 43.3mm and LED backlight, from its X Series range of public displays featuring network connectivity. Suitable for cross campus signage solutions, customers are able to reach out to students and faculty with emergency bulletins, class notices and event promotions.
The X461S high-definition professional displays offer uniform brightness and benefit from NEC’s unique heat management system to secure reliability and longevity. Excellent TCO is achieved through lower energy consumption and streamlined maintenance features. Further features include dual slot technology for the integration of single board computers and other option slot products, colour calibration, and TileMatrix™ technology for video-walls up to 100 displays.
“NEC has an enviable reputation for quality and reliability and has earned the confidence of customers,’ said Craig Butterworth, Business Development Manager in Southern Africa. “Focused events such as African Education Week give us an excellent opportunity to broaden our channel and talk to our end users about the distinct benefits and advantages that NEC has to offer in the education market.’