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Collaboration was the talk of the show at InfoComm 2016 in Las Vegas. Check out the various solutions and products from the show floor aimed at increasing and simplifying collaboration and communication in the workplace, education space and many other markets.

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wePresent's WiPG-2000 wireless presentation system

wePresent showcased its entire product line of wireless presentation products at this year's show. Aimed at helping integrators deliver the solutions end users in the education market are looking for, wePresent demonstrated its WiPG-2000 wireless presentation model at its InfoComm booth.

“Our flagship model is our WiPG-2000 and that basically has all the bells and whistles of our wireless presentation system,” says Eva Canon, director of marketing for wePresent. “People can come in with laptops, Macs, iPads, or android devices and connect to a display or a projector and wirelessly present. They don’t need cables and they don’t need to worry about resolution.”

The WiPG-2000 integrates with any plug and play touchscreen through a USB connection, making installation simple and fast. The WiPG-2000 also features an onboard video streamer, freeing up all resources on an end-user’s device.

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Great article, Tom!
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