After assuming responsibility for all operations relating to the diffusion on the European market of projectors branded both Maxell and Hitachi (in April 2019), Maxell Ltd. will continue to offer a wide range of technological solutions, from the corporate sector to the educational sector, including the museum installation sector, the medical installations, and many others
June 2020 – with a long path behind them, characterised by quality production, guaranteed by its high level of competence in the technological sector, Maxell is presenting an offer that ranges from video projection systems to teaching solutions, to new professional displays designed for the retail, exhibition and museum sectors.
There is a perfect continuity with the recent acquisition by the European subsidiary of Maxell Ltd of all the diffusion operations on the European market of Maxell and Hitachi brand projectors and all related accessories. An evolution that began with the acquisition of all the designs by Maxell in 2013, development and manufacturing structures of Hitachi Consumer Electronics projectors and which was completed and announced on 1st April 2019. This process has not altered or modified the warranty in any way so the support and assistance services by the brand towards end users, partners and distributors are the same and they can continue to rely on the usual references and points of contact with the brand.
The complete product range has been displayed at stand 1 F-100 at the ISE 2020, from 11th to 14th February. The entire range of projectors with low-maintenance laser light source was there, accompanied by the preview launch of two brand new families of 3500 and 4000 portable projector lumens dedicated to the corporate sector. Two absolute novelties were also on display at the Dutch fair: a new range of professional displays and the new Lecture Capture Collaboration Station MA-XL1 designed for the educational sector.
Maxell, Ltd., a subsidiary of Maxell Holdings, Ltd. (TSE: 6810) based in Kyoto, Japan, is a leader in the field of energy, industrial materials, electronic equipment and consumer products, including primary and rechargeable batteries, optical components, projectors and even consumer items such as health and beauty products.
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