Mirroring Brings Maximum Functionality to iPad and Plasma Hire

At Hamilton Rentals, we regularly supply companies with AV solutions for corporate events whether it’s for 10 viewers at a board meeting, or 1,000 viewers at a trade show or sporting event.  What’s been pretty cool for both us and for our customers is not just the developments with the hardware itself, but with the attachments that let you use products together– combining the technologies of the two to get the maximum functionality and convenience out of the chosen products for hire.

The most recent development in this respect has been with the iPad and iPad 2, which you can now sync up to our LCD and plasma hire lineup, thanks to the new HDMI adapter released earlier this year. Whether you want to stream video, a photo slideshow, or maybe you have a PowerPoint presentation that you’d like to present on a high resolution screen, just hook up your iPad rental and your audience can view every action in real time.

As we’ve mentioned before, you can access your PowerPoint presentation using the application iWork, which also gives you access to apps Numbers and Pages.

If this bundle sounds like the ideal set up for your next meeting or exhibition, contact us at Hamilton Rentals.  Your hardware will be specifically configured for your special requirements, and we’ll provide you with flexible rental options.

In the mean time, check out the video above to see the mirroring function in action.  While it’s dually convenient because of the portability options made available by the light iPad,  the technology itself is pretty neat, and sure to impress your audience.

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