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Take your hands off the new Avocor Line

Avocor expands their non-touch line

Remember when Avocor was just that interactive flat panel company? Those days are long gone. At InfoComm 2024 the company is flexing their muscles as a full-stack communication solutions powerhouse, serving up communication displays for corporate and government suits to campus IT managers. Enter the K Series.

The K Series is Avocor’s answer to spaces that don’t need touchy-feely screens but still crave that visual punch. Think of it as the cool, collected cousin to their interactive displays. Avocor would say the same visual goodness that powers their interactive versions lives in the K Series.

The new K Series is available in a range of sizes from a modest 55 inches all the way up to a wall-devouring 98 inches. These displays are ready to make your PowerPoint slides pop like never before. The new displays also are available in traditional 16:9 ratio and the new 21:9 as well. We all know 21:9 is what Microsoft Teams is trying to make a thing. Whether it becomes standard practice is yet to materialize. If that’s the direction you and your team are going, Avocor has one for you.

The K Series comes on the heels of Avocor’s recent forays into digital signage and LED solutions. These non-touch displays are aimed at meeting spaces where interactivity isn’t necessary but high-quality visuals are crucial. The move also gives customers who have standardized on Avocor interactive displays the ability to deploy the same display brand across their campuses. Standardizing on a single display company isn’t a luxury. Think about servers, switches, or laptops. There’s a reason you have the same company for all those devices. Same with displays here. Same company, same support.

Available in sizes ranging from 55 to 98 inches, the K Series is positioned to compete in the growing market for video-enabled spaces. With prices starting just under $1000 MSRP, Avocor is targeting organizations looking to outfit multiple rooms with professional-grade displays.

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Tim Albright is the founder of AVNation and is the driving force behind the AVNation network. He carries the InfoComm CTS, a B.S. from Greenville College and is pursuing an M.S. in Mass Communications from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. When not steering the AVNation ship, Tim has spent his career designing systems for churches both large and small, Fortune 500 companies, and education facilities.


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