Kramer is launching two new collaboration products at ISE 2020; the VIA GO and VIA Campus. Designed for classrooms, huddle spaces and small meeting spaces, the VIA GO² includes wireless presentation functionality in a compact form factor at an entry-level cost. With 4K HDMI output, 1024-bit encryption, 60Hz video streaming and native AirPlay, Miracast and Chromebook support, the new VIA GO² raises the bar on wireless connectivity, saving users the need to install soft clients on their devices.
The compact VIA GO² gives iOS, Android, Chromebook, PC and Mac users instant and secure wireless connectivity with advanced presentation technology. The solution features content streaming for 4K mirrored images and pristine video playback.
The micro form factor of the VIA GO² lets installers easily mount the device on a projector and it has a built-in scaler.
The VIA Campus² is a wireless presentation and collaboration solution allows for sharing with laptops or mobile devices and users can view, edit and comment on documents in real-time and record sessions. Meeting participants can display or stream full uninterrupted 60Hz video from their device, with the ability to play YouTube videos in full frame rate.
VIA Campus² can show up to six presenter screens on a single main display simultaneously and 12 on a dual-display setup. Users can also view the main display on their own device. VIA Campus² features iOS mirroring for MacBook, iPad and iPhone, as well as mirroring for Chromebook and Android (Lollipop OS 5.0 or newer) while also supporting Miracast in Peer-to-Peer and Infrastructure modes.
For full meeting flexibility, VIA Campus² supports third-party conferencing and office apps, such as Microsoft Office, Skype for Business Microsoft Teams, GoToMeeting, WebEx or any other video conferencing software codec. Due to its power and flexibility, VIA Campus² can handle any size of meeting/training space and diverse meeting scenarios.
Built-in Wifi provides two setup options for enabling meeting participants to wirelessly join the meeting. You can wirelessly connect your VIA device to your Wifi network and participants can connect to VIA through the same network. Alternatively, you can create a wired connection from your VIA device to your local corporate LAN and use the built-in VIA Wi-Fi as a guest network for participants to connect. All options are covered and delivered in a convenient way.