Much is made about the gleaming and immersive displays at InfoComm each year, and deservedly so. The newest in LED and LCD products continue to impress.

However, there is far more that stuck out at this year’s event.

InfoComm session leader and decades-long Pro AV professional Bill Magod captured the following images of products that caught his eye at the 2019 show.

The Christie Digital Ultra Short Throw (UTS) Lens has a 0.38:1 throw ratio, meaning the projector can be placed extremely close to the screen while still displaying a high-quality image. This allows for more meeting space in a room, and eliminates the frequency of people casting shadows or cutting off the display on-screen.

Magod also took the above photo of the SKB case for the Allen & Heath QU-31 mixer. The double-walled case comes with four casters and a lightweight design. Durable casters are particularly important to traveling AV professionals; Magod says he goes through about 25 per year due to wear and tear.

Lastly, Magod pointed out the new rolling keyboard stand from Konig and Meyer. These portable stands allow for smooth alterations to staging and design. The fact that this particular model can expand and contrast, it can adapt to specific equipment for every use case.

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