Maxell hosts first UK event

<p>At the event, Ioan Williams, UK &amp; Ireland B2B sales manager, Maxell, outlined Maxell&rsquo;s ambition to ascertain 15% overall projector market share, with a market share of 20% in the 6000+ lumens range by 2021, focusing on a transition from lamp based projectors to SSL products.</p>
<p>Williams also explained Maxell's plans for future products, with 15,000 lumens projectors, 4K units and 20,000 lumens WXGA/WUXGA projectors to be unveiled at ISE 2020. </p>
<p>In essence, Maxell is the new name for Hitachi, rebranding existing Hitachi lamp products (CP) and laser products (LP) to MC and MP models respectively. </p>
<p>Maxell took over Hitachi&rsquo;s projector business in 2013 and will continue to work with existing channel partners in the UK such as Exertis, Midwich and Sahara. </p>
<p>The company also outlined its intention to introduce a range of LED signage in Q2/Q3 of 2020, with plans for videowall products to be launched in the future. </p>
<p>Maxell demonstrated its MA-XL1 capture station at the event, allowing users to switch content, record, stream, upload and replay video while recording and create a remote classroom through a single control point.<br />
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<p>The MA-XL1 allows users to record and upload interactive content while collaborating across multiple remote locations, with control provided by a menu displayed on a lecture screen or smart device. </p>
<p>Maxell&rsquo;s laser 5000 series projector also made an appearance, demonstrating the MP-WU5603, featuring 360 degrees projection, portrait mode, three digital inputs and 500,000:1 contrast. </p>
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Source: inavateonthenet

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