Sharp showcases 'solid solutions and support' at Infocomm
At InfoComm 2003 Sharp Electronics Corporation is unveiling an exciting array of new products, technologies and programs designed to support Sharp’s independent dealers, channel partners, and end users.
Under the “Solid Solutions and Support” banner, Sharp is displaying a new Liquid Crystal Display large-format monitor, powerful additions to the Notevision family of professional LCD projectors, unprecedented audiovisual technology solutions, plus AQUOS™ Liquid Crystal Display televisions, including a new wireless model, DLP home theater projectors, and much more. Sharp is also proud to highlight its world-class support programs.
“Sharp is a leader in identifying market-driven trends and then delivering one-of-a-kind products and technologies and innovative solutions to meet those needs,” said Ron Colgan, Vice President, LCD Product Group. “This new range of solutions and support programs will ensure that our partners and customers have the cutting-edge tools they need for any application.” Sharp offers a full line of Mobile, Conference/Classroom and Large Venue projectors, in addition to system solutions, and Liquid Crystal Display video monitors for purchase, lease or rental through its national network of authorized dealers and resellers.
Sharp today announced several new initiatives:
- Sharp’s LCD Products Group is introducing a range of advanced, market-driven products and solutions that feature unique technology innovations including:
- A crystal-clear, 37-inch Liquid Crystal Display large-format monitor for digital signage applications – the Sharp LC-M3700;
- A small, bright “Value Series” projector for first-time users, as well as education, government and corporate customers – the 2000 ANSI Lumens Notevision PG-A20X;
- A powerful and secure, yet easy to use, projector for education, government and corporate installations – the 3000 ANSI Lumens Notevision XG-C55X;
- A networking solution to give projector users network access and improved asset management capability – the Sharp AN-LS1 Ethernet to RS-232C Network Converter;
- A unique, proprietary peripheral designed to digitally “warp” or alter a projected image, allowing the image to be manipulated and shaped to fit any shaped surface – the AN-CB1 Image Converter System.
- One of Sharp’s strengths is its world-class support programs, including dedicated applications engineers for technical consulting and training, a center of excellence for networking and wireless questions, a customer assistance center for pre- and post-sales support; and SMART II, Sharp’s updated web-based marketing resource site for dealers, which will be launched at InfoComm.
- For the first time at InfoComm, Sharp is exhibiting several of its “high-tech/high-style” consumer electronics products, including the industry-leading AQUOS range of Liquid Crystal Display televisions, Digital VHS players, programmable DVD players and more. These products, combined with Sharp’s leading professional projectors, are specifically designed to serve the growing home theater market.
- In order to better serve the commercial and industrial systems integration market, Sharp has created a new Vertical Markets Group, which will market and sell Sharp’s leading entertainment-based products into non-retail commercial channels. Sharp VMG will offer AQUOS Liquid Crystal Display televisions, home theater projectors as well as digital audio products that offer top-of-the-line 1-Bit digital amplification technology for multi-channel and two-channel sound reproduction.
Shayda Fraser contributes and publishes news editorial to http://www.projectors-projectors.com.
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