Bracknell, UK 19th October 2020 – Panasonic will host the online event “Projecting a Brighter Future” to introduce the world’s smallest 30000 lumen projector, the PT-RQ35K Series, to customers and channel partners on Tuesday, October 27th at 14:00hrs CET/13:00hrs UK time.
With its spectacular 4K picture quality and expanded colour gamut, compact body and simplified workflow, the PT-RQ35K Series is the ideal projector for location based entertainment venues such as museums, theme parks, conferences and exhibitions, as well as for live events and projection mapping.
The two hour online event will be split into two streams and has been organised for potential projector operators, as well as system integrators, dealers, rental and staging companies and event planners. After a short introduction to the projector series and its capabilities, participants will be able to join one of two breakout sessions focusing on:
- Picture Quality, Features and Functionality and the Benefits of Fixed Installations.
- Life Hacks for Set-up and Configuration, Service and Maintenance and Benefits for Rental Applications.
To register for the event, please use this link: https://info.business.panasonic.eu/Registration-landing-page.html
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