Kramer debuts updated Via product line at ISE 2020
Kramer introduced wired and wireless presentation and collaboration systems to its Via range, launching the Via Go² and Via Campus² at the show.
The Via Go² allows for wireless presentation functionality, featuring 4K HDMI output, 1024-bit encryption, 60Hz video streaming and native AirPlay, Miracast and Chromebook support.
The Via Go² provides iOS, Android, Chromebook, PC, and Mac users with wireless connectivity, including content streaming for 4K mirrored images and video playback.
A built-in scaler is also included, allowing users to share various resolutions. The Via Go² allows users to automatically scale to a required screen resolution to fit a projector and display.
The Via Campus² is a wireless presentation and collaboration system that allows users to view, edit and comment on documents in real time as well as record sessions.
Users can display or stream 60Hz video from devices, capable of playing YouTube videos in full frame rate.
The Via Campus² can show up to six presenter screens on a single main display simultaneously, with up to 12 on a dual-display setup.
The main display can also be viewed from a user’s own device, with an iOS mirroring capability for MacBook, iPad and iPhone as well as mirroring for Chromebook and Android (Lollipop OS 5.0 or newer) while supporting Miracast in Peer-to-peer and infrastructure modes.
The Via Campus² also supports third-party conferencing and office apps including Microsoft Office, Skype for Business, Microsoft Teams, GoToMeeting, WebEx or other video conferencing software codecs.
Built-in WiFi is included, providing two setup options to allow users to wirelessly join the meeting.
Via devices can be wirelessly connected to a WiFi network, with participants able to connect to Via through the same network.
A wired connection from a Via device to a local corporate LAN can be created, using the built-in Via WiFi as a guest network for participants to connect to.