As the market grows for larger displays, especially for touch panels, the need for height adjustment on the fly will increase with it. We’re ready to meet that demand. ~ Aaron Rubner, AVTEQ Director of AV Sales.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) June 17, 2015
AVTEQ, Inc., the leading provider of AV furniture, announced today that customers may now order height adjustable functionality as an option on the company’s popular S series of AV carts and stands.
“Since we launched our height adjustable desk and collaboration table, we continue to receive more and more requests for the lift ability on our existing carts and stands,” stated Aaron Rubner, director of AV sales for AVTEQ. “As the market grows for larger displays, especially for touch panels, the need for height adjustment on the fly will increase with it. We’re ready to meet that demand.”
With the optional functionality, AVTEQ carts and stands can be easily adjusted with a push of a button. The height may be increased or decreased up to 30” by using either a rocker switch or an IR remote.
AVTEQ is showcasing its RPS‐800S with the option lift technology at InfoComm 2015 in Orlando, Florida. The height adjustable functionality is an option on AVTEQ’s S series of products, which include RPS‐2000S/SE, RPS‐800S, ELT‐2100S, ELT‐200S, ELT‐1500S, GMP‐350S‐TT1, GMP‐300S‐TT1, and GMP‐200STT1.
About AVTEQ, Inc.
AVTEQ, Inc., located in Dallas, Texas, is the largest manufacturer of videoconferencing carts in the A/V furniture industry. The company is regarded for cost‐efficient, all‐inclusive products that do not require accessories and upgrades to be practical and efficient. AVTEQ has become the preferred choice of hundreds of Global 1000 and Fortune 500 clients because of unmatched quality, service and product innovation. It stocks a full line of A/V and digital signage support products, as well as custom develops and designs solutions for unique videoconferencing, business, and retail applications. AVTEQ is an 8(a) woman‐owned, HUBZone certified firm and holds several GSA contracts, which allows the manufacturer’s videoconferencing cart and mount products, as well as furniture, to be sold to federal buyers.
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