Promethean AV launches its first interactive Rear Projection solution

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Promethean AV Distribution has launched its first rear projector system for the channel.

Benefiting from Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology, a 67-inch widescreen display, and a durable interactive overlay, the Promethean Activrearpro delivers a multi-functional, space-saving interactive solution.

The Activrearpro provides a shadow-free, high definition image, and is available with any of Prometheans software packages (Activprimary, Activstudio, and Px), depending on the required application. With TV and interactive functionality, it connects to video recorders, DVDs and digital cameras with ease, allowing users to engage audiences by using a variety of multimedia devices.

John Heyes, business support executive of Promethean AV, explains: Rear projection presents the next phase in the ICT market. The Activrearpro does not require any fixed installation, which makes it an ideal solution for rooms that are irregularly shaped or have high ceilings.

With its slim design and electric height adjustable stand, the Activrearpro fits easily through a standard doorway, and can be elevated to suit the audience and activity. The technology also removes the need for an external projector, therefore eliminating problems such as blocking a projectors light path or casting shadows on a screen.

Steve Dracup, managing director of Promethean AV comments: Whilst cost can still be a barrier for some, the likelihood is that demand for rear projector systems will increase over time. By introducing the Activrearpro to Promethean AVs portfolio, we are ensuring a highly functional interactive solution which covers the whole market.

Distributing through a nationwide network of accredited resellers, Promethean AVs portfolio includes the Activ and Presenta range of interactive presentation and training products. To complement this range, Promethean AV also provides digital projectors and LCD monitors from market leaders Sharp and Sanyo, the Samsung range of digital presenters, and the Projecta range of projection screens.

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