Ian Vickerage, managing director of Imago, said the widescreen LED and LCD displays were suited to videoconferencing because of their size, connectivity and picture quality.
“The range has many advantages for the videoconferencing user with a set budget, looking for a high-performance screen that will enhance the boardroom and can be used as a television,” Vickerage said.
“We have fully tested the range and we know it works equally well as a videoconferencing tool and a TV.”
The 32in model is already available, with larger screens scheduled to arrive by August.
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