Northbrook, Ill. – AmpliVox Sound Systems recently unveiled a line of multimedia presentation furniture to help presenters stay organized and keep all their technology devices at their fingertips. The lecterns combine many standard features with a range of options for the ability to meet any presenter’s needs. The multimedia furniture line includes 11 different product styles to meet an array of technology applications in presentation settings.
Most public speakers today rely heavily on evolving technology to get their message across. Computers, tablets, smartphones and document cameras are all used to relay graphic information, which then must be clearly projected for viewing by the audience. Sound systems also play a vital role in larger rooms, carrying the speaker’s voice to the far reaches of the audience. AmpliVox’s new multimedia lecterns accommodate a multitude of devices with dedicated shelving, lockable storage and integrated outlets to simplify connections. All these are contained in streamlined, contemporary designs for a professional appearance.
The line includes workhorse options that emphasize utility and mobility for multiple devices, such as the Mobilite Lectern with lockable front and easy-access rear cabinet to simplify connections, and the compact Multimedia Work Station with drop-leaf shelves for projectors and other tools. Important features include the Visionary Lectern’s integrated front-panel screen that displays graphics directly from the speaker’s laptop, the Intellect Podium’s retractable document camera drawer and the Pinnacle Lectern’s weatherproof shell that takes presentation technology indoors or out.
For traditional settings, the Coventry and Ambassador Lecterns wrap versatile tech support features in elegant hardwood styles. Other furniture pieces in the Multimedia Presentation line provide integrated shelving and connection systems with clean, contemporary style in a variety of finishes.
AmpliVox also offers a variety of functional options to customize its multimedia presentation furniture, including:
Sound Systems: Wired, wireless, Line Array, Bluetooth
Monitor Mounts: Pop-up, open LCD, touch screen, recessed (open or plexiglass), recessed locking, or Ergotron LCD
Connectivity: Dataports, surge protectors, cable reservoirs
Work Surface Options: Flat, slant, split, or wedge tops; ADA wheelchair shelves; curved sides; laminate finishes
Access Panels: Extron cutouts, rear access panels, hidden locks, cable door, fixed rack rails
Shelves/Drawers: Keyboard shelves, drop front, external and internal pull-out shelves, camera and accessory drawers
Drop Leaf Shelves: Electric adjustable, hidden, or heavy duty
Security Options: Security cables, locking doors and cabinets
Environmental Protection: Protective and security covers, dust covers and cooling fans
“AmpliVox’s multimedia lecterns are keeping pace with all the new developments in presentation technology,” said AmpliVox CEO Don Roth. “Our lecterns are first and foremost technology tools, as well as attractive furniture pieces.”