From the fringes of fantasy and sci-fi “imagineering” to the center of new, rapidly advancing optics/photonics technologies, the conferences for August 2013 are looking fantastic! Here are two of the most exciting:
Gen Con Indy 2013
Gen Con Indy 2013, the international “gaming & fantasy” convention, will take over the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, IL from August 15-18, 2013. Event organizers always like to give themselves compliments, but when its backers call Gen Con Indy “the original, longest-running, best-attended gaming convention in the world,” they aren’t exaggerating. The event started over 45 years ago, during the era of big and heavy cathode ray tube displays—when an LCD touchscreen monitor rental would have seemed straight out of Star Trek. For those of you exhibiting at this year’s conference, the range of modern technology for promoting your products and services is now simply amazing, and as futuristic as ever, as a review of our own line of trade show convention rentals shows.
Last year there were some 41,000 attendees of Gen Con Indy, and the event has broken attendance records almost every year. Among this number are noted authors and artists, famous actors from cult sci-fi shows, game industry leaders, designers, and developers—wearing costumes, leading workshops, having a blast in the Family Fun Pavilion, previewing the latest games, and getting to as many of the thousands of events as possible. If you’re exhibiting, there’s still time to rent interactive kiosk technology that can capture name and contact information from attendees, as well as showcase your firm. With 70+ contestants vying for the costume award, a life-size 10,000-s.f. “True Dungeon,” a freewheeling auction, a huge fantasy and sci-fi art show, and a film festival, Gen Con Indy 2013 delivers fun, excitement, and opportunity.
SPIE Optics + Photonics 2013
From August 25-29, 2013 the San Diego Convention Center will be Ground Zero for SPIE Optics + Photonics 2013. North America’s largest global, multidisciplinary optical sciences and technology conference is your annual opportunity to exchange data, share ideas, get published, and make connections with other professionals. Whether you simply attend, manage a booth, give a presentation, or pursue some combination of activities, CRE is your smart source for that audience response system rental for your session, some laptops or tablets for your conference team—or whatever else you need to make your attendance a success.
This year’s plenary presentations feature 19 world-class experts, while more than 50 workshops, forums, receptions, banquets, student events, and special sessions combine with 41 courses and workshops for a full range of offerings. When you add in all the opportunities in the four major interest areas—NanoScience + Engineering, Solar Energy + Technology, Organic Photonics + Electronics, and Optical Engineering + Applications—there will be more than 3,200 presentations at this event. If you’re giving one, CRE has whatever you might need in the way of meeting technology, including a full line of first-rate audio visual (AV) equipment rentals. There is a special “interactive and informative pavilion” that will feature a 16-game setup for the “Khet” laser game; a telescope display courtesy of the San Diego Astronomy Club, NAOA, and Oceanside Photo & Telescope; new classroom and teaching products; and up-to-date information on the National Photonics Initiative and the International Year Of Light 2015.
A single call to (877) 266-7725, or a simple message, puts you in touch with an experienced Account Executive, who has uniquely effective solutions for all of your business-critical issues. Know what you need? Simply visit the Quick Rental Quote page and take care of business—any time, 24/7/365, including right now. We’re always ready to help!
Meeting Professionals International (MPI) brings its World Education Congress (WEC 2013) to Las Vegas from July 20-23. Implementing “transformational leadership” is the key challenge for the future of business, so the meeting industry is continuously working to transform itself and perfect its role as a catalyst of change. And “change” means finding the “inspiration to think in new ways and try new things,” as the WEC 2013 site explains. This is the attitude that drove the development of the first IBM-PC, just as it did the first iMac, and it’s the mindset that looks at the future and feels optimistic. Good stuff!
WEC will have the educational sessions and the people that can help you change “how you do what you do.” Alexis M. Herman, the first African American Labor Secretary, will address Tuesday’s General Session and present a challenge to the meetings industry: to work harder and smarter, and realize its “full potential as an industry [and] a global force.” As the iPad rental and other new tech tools continue to transform individuals, Herman looks to transform corporate culture, finding profit plus purpose in social action and pushing through traditional boundaries into new territory. If you’re a meeting professional, don’t miss out! Exhibiting? We are the premier trade show convention rentals firm. Call us!
Comic-Con International: San Diego 2013
The original comic book conference is coming to the San Diego Convention Center from July 18-21. Through the years (decades!) Comic-Con’s special guests have included comics publishers, TV/film professionals, sci-fi and fantasy writers, and creators from every nook and cranny of popular and fine arts. Also joining in are masses of tech heads—some in alien makeup and space-cowboy costumes—as well as every kind of comic book fan in the known universe.
There will be fabulous films, celebrities, networking, parties, demonstrations, swag, silliness, exclusive panel presentations, and downright serious speechifying, too. Comic-Con truly has it all, including:
a humongous Exhibit Hall (currently 460,000+ square feet);
a giant program schedule with hundreds of events, from hands-on workshops to academic offerings;
the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards, the comics biz “Oscar” now in its 25th year; and
film, cartoon, and anime screenings as well as a separate film festival.
If you’re an exhibitor this year, you know you need more than colorful signage on your great LCD touchscreen monitor rental. You’re in the land of the insanely creative, remember? You need great ideas executed with compelling artistic originality in a captivating, provocative, experiential extravaganza. (Yikes!) Aim very, very high. CRE can help, if you need technology ideas. Consider Comic-Con’s own perfect summation of what the event has signified for over 40 years: “[L]ove of the comics medium continues to be its guiding factor as the event moves toward its second half-century as the premier comic book and popular arts style convention in the world.” You’re in the Hall of Kings. ’Nuff said!
From Sunday, July 21 through Thursday, July 25, 2013, SIGGRAPH 2013 will draw designers, computer artists, and “interactive tech” professionals from scores of nations to the Anaheim Convention Center for what is widely agreed to be the industry’s premier conference. The first-rate technical and creative sessions are the “big deal” of the event—if you’re going, there is still time to get the trade show convention rentals you need—and SIGGRAPH’s contributions to science, art, computer animation, music, education, gaming, and the web have been many and influential.
This year, a special three-day exhibition of products and services from various computer, graphics, and interactive-tech firms will take place from July 23-25. In fact, there is so much going on that you really should bookmark the conference chair’s page if you’re attending. There you can learn about the new SIGGRAPH 2013 app, and read tips on maximizing your conference experience. The app lets you leave session feedback; check maps, schedules, and exhibitor information; and network with other visitors.
If you’re planning to exhibit at any of these or other upcoming events, call CRE’s expert Account Executives to get first-rate advice about everything from specialized high-tech gear like video walls to such basic but essential needs as office equipment rentals. Call (877) 266-7725, send us a message, or head to our Quick Rental Quote page. However you reach us, we are on the job for you immediately, saving you time, money, and energy.
The Real-Time & Embedded Computing Conference (RTECC) is a unique one-day event that takes place in dozens of locations around the globe every year. In the third week of August, RTECC will be in Irvine (Tuesday, the 21st) and San Diego (Thursday, the 23rd), bringing leading-edge thinking and in-demand information about the many existing and emerging opportunities for real-time and embedded computing. And check this out: It’s all free, including the parking.
What is real-time, embedded computing?
Briefly and broadly, real-time and embedded computing refers to operations carried out by devices with built-in (embedded) software. Modern vehicle braking systems and vending machines are good examples, and you’ll see another if you rent interactive kiosk units from CRE. At an RTECC event, (software) programmers, (hardware) engineers and (corporate) managers focus on specialized computing systems for
military and aerospace,
image processing and medical instrumentation,
telephony and data communication,
industrial and process control,
vehicular maintenance and control,
consumer devices and more.
Free… and valuable event!
A highly focused conference comprising keynotes, workshops and exhibits, RTECC offers free registration, open-door sessions and complete access to the exhibition hall. With parking and lunch also complimentary, your budget for trade show convention rentals and other promotional expenses is looking better all the time. A free conference with all the bells and whistles is great in and of itself, but as real-time and embedded computing is a huge, broad, growing niche, RTECC is a no-brainer for many.
In fact, real-time and embedded computing is among the most exciting new technology fields, with innovative products, sophisticated professional journals and significant industry buzz. If you have reserved an RTECC booth (or intend to now) consider running an eye-grabbing presentation on an all-in-one multitouch display PC, perhaps requesting visitors’ contact info in exchange for a bit of convention swag. RTECC invites you to explore opportunities, network with colleagues, meet industry experts – and get a look at the competition while you’re at it.
“Technology knows no borders”
Year after year, thousands of people attend RTECC events all over the world because they get what they need to succeed. Open-door breakout sessions, the latest on emerging technologies, top industry experts – there’s so much to see, hear and do that you’ll need an iPad rental for each of your conference team members. The iPad is ideal for audio, typed or handwritten notes, still photos or video.
8:30am-2:30pm on Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Hilton Irvine (Orange County Airport Hotel)
18800 MacArthur Blvd.
Irvine CA 92612
RTECC San Diego
8:30am-3:30pm on Thursday, August 23, 2012
San Diego Marriott, La Jolla Hotel
4240 La Jolla Village Dr.
La Jolla CA 92037
CRE can multiply the effectiveness of every cent you invest in conferences or computing. Call or e-mail an experienced Account Executive about your next conference or critical post-production project. Visit our Quick Rental Quote page if you know what you need, and you’ll be in and out in a jiffy.
Today, we conclude “10 Best Ways to Get People to Your Booth” (check out Part 1 if you missed the post). We are concerned with maximizing booth attendance. Your actions should follow from your pre-conference preparation, and dovetail smoothly with your post-conference follow-up. A trade show booth is a huge investment, and event production rentals are just the start. Done right, your trade show appearance can spark a measurable sales increase, so turning uninterested attendees into attentive booth visitors is the vital first step in making the most of that investment.
Here are the final five of our 10 ways to get attendees to your trade show booth:
6. Tickets: These remain much-desired items of swag because many people value experiences over material things. Tip: Do not offer tickets to tech events, but to something with a “cool” factor like a music concert, VIP-only gallery opening, sporting event and so on.
7. Food: Food is a uniquely powerful way to entice visitors to your booth. Advertise (PDFs, e-mails, tweets) precisely what you’ll be serving at your booth, and make people’s mouths water with an image-laden sign-up notice on a strategically placed all-in-one multitouch display PC or two.
8. Contest: If you expect to attract conference attendees to your booth with a raffle or contest, the prize must be something that people will actually get excited about (and show up to claim). A new model like CRE’s iPad rental qualifies but, as some recent show exhibitors have discovered, the discontinued models do not. Don’t be cheap!
9. Subscription: Because of today’s information overload, magazine and newsletter subscriptions are not as highly valued as in the past. However, information sources that are truly exclusive, and boast inside information remain valuable and, thus, are effective “hooks.”
10. Personal invitations: If your conference team is connected via tablet PC rentals or other wireless gear, you can coordinate efforts to “work the floor” and encourage booth visits with a variety of strategies. Dale Carnegie might suggest you ask people a small favor, like coming to the booth for a two-minute video – and some peach cobbler (see #7, above).
Know what you need? If so, use the handy Quick Rental Quote form. But if you want expert advice on breaking through old bottlenecks and preparing for new challenges, then one call or e-mail connects you to an experienced CRE Account Executive. You can ask us a million questions, but we really just have one for you: How can we help?
There are myriad of ways to promote your booth before a convention. This two-part blog, however, concerns tangible giveaways and intangible strategies to attract visitors during the event. It’s not cool plasma display rentals that get attention, it’s what you put on the screens as “bait” that grabs people. And don’t overvalue the concept of “cool.” Even if your giveaway is cool, folks are less likely to “bite” than if it were something useful.
Pre-conference promotional efforts include e-mails, PR, ads, direct contact and so forth. There are things to do after the conference, certainly, but at the event it’s about signage, chats-’n'-tweets, animations running on an all-in-one multitouch display PC and other activities.
In Part 1, we’ll discuss five of the 10 best ways to get event attendees to your trade show booth, with the final five in Part 2. Here we go!
1. White paper: You need a catchy title that advertises your offering as “not the usual boring white paper.” And do not make your own product or service the topic. You engage people by focusing on them, their work and their challenges.
2. Online resources: Professionals always want to work smarter, faster and more efficiently. Consider planning guides, one-minute-management lessons, lists of industry suppliers, links to breaking news, support sources (like CRE for everything from convention rentals to render farms) and so on. Anything that saves people time and effort is an effective incentive.
3. CD/DVD presentations: Despite the popularity of “streaming” music and movies, people still listen to CDs and watch DVDs by the hundreds of millions. If you can’t produce them yourself, you can get a wide range of royalty- and copyright-free titles on topics of interest to your prospects. If you buy or replicate in bulk, it’s quite cost-effective.
4. Thumb drives: A flash drive (with your logo if possible) is useful to most people, and if you sweeten the deal by putting other useful things on it, all the better. Cross-platform files – PDFs, Adobe Flash movies, generic or custom-made web tools, the material you choose for #3 (above), etc. – are best, as they will work with an iMac, a PC or even a Linux box.
5. Live seminar: Whether at the conference or later, the whole world loves a great (free!) seminar. Now, people won’t sit still for a sales pitch, but they will for real solutions to real challenges in their businesses, careers or lives. Offering high-quality content justifies a bit of self-promotion at the end. As with white papers, discs and flash drives, the title must be provocative – and the content useful!
Whatever challenges you face, CRE is here to help. Whether for trade show convention rentals or high-powered post-production gear, expert assistance is always just a single call or e-mail away. Know what you need? Visit our Quick Rental Quote page and get in and out in mere minutes!
Please return for Part 2 on Thursday, July 12, 2012.
For 21st-century technology pros, the summer is convention season! Here are two important events taking place in California this month.
iTVfest + Pop Con LA
The first Pop Con LA (Popular Culture Convention) will be an integral part of this year’s ITVfest (International Television Festival) at the Los Angeles Convention Center, being held from Thursday, July 5th through Sunday, July 8th. Pop Con comprises a multitude of activities and interests from fashion, comic books and movie memorabilia to fine art, music (live bands), industry panels and film screenings.
Need an affordable way to “multiply your presence” at this event? If you’re short on (human) staff, you can rent interactive kiosk units, park them in well-traveled spots and collect contact information from all the attendees you don’t see at your booth. And you may miss a lot of them, what with screenings of Superman II and Blade Runner, a Star Trek panel with Tim Russ (Tuvok from Star Trek: Voyager) and such celebrity guests as Billy Dee Williams, Michael Biehn, Bruce Boxleitner, Margot Kidder and others.
The Opening Night Red Carpet Party will be held at the trendy ICON LA Ultra Lounge on Thursday night, July 5th (across the street from the Convention Center). The next couple of days you and your team will be plenty busy, so remember the iPads or the tablet PC rentals so you can stay in touch via WiFi. Wrapping things up on Sunday night, July 8th, are the ITVfest/STTV Awards. For details and tickets, go to PopConLA.com.
SEMICON West 2012
SEMICON West 2012 will take over the entire Moscone Center in San Francisco for three days, Tuesday, July 10th through Thursday, July 12th. This year’s conference has a “show within a show” dubbed “Extreme Electronics” that will focus on high-brightness LEDs, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) and plastic electronics (flexible or rigid materials with electronics “printed” on them).
SEMICON West will keep you updated on the new materials and technologies that are powering electronics to new heights of performance, efficiency and cost-effectiveness. To reach decision-makers, consider creating a digital welcome sign on one of our plasma display rentals at your booth. In fact, with the special Extreme Electronics show emphasizing “synergies” and “inter-connectivity,” a multimedia presentation using audio visual (AV) equipment rentals might be indicated, too.
With LEDs, MEMS and plastic electronics the new frontier in consumer electronics, firms must overcome manufacturing challenges that hamper the development of innovative products. If your company has a product or service that contributes to lower-cost solutions for lighting, sensors, consumer devices and/or displays, grab an iPad rental for each of your conference team members and get thee to Moscone on time!
Call or e-mail an experienced Account Executive and we’ll brainstorm a solution (or two, or three) for your upcoming conference, corporate presentation or big post-production project. Know what you need? Visit our Quick Rental Quote form and you’ll be on your way in minutes!
Comic-Con 2012 comes to the San Diego Convention Center from July 12th to 15th (“Preview Night” is the 11th) for what has arguably become one of the most far-reaching, influential events in the entertainment multiverse. Comic-Con brings top professionals from the publishing, animation, gaming, TV/film, technology and toy industries together in one fast-paced, media-centric happening.
At past events, Comic-Con has invited the foregoing, specified media pros as well as those from “related industries” (plus aliens, Star Wars nerds, those Trekkies and assorted geeks, of course). This year, Comic-Con more precisely defined those industries as firms that “produce material based on comic book, graphic novel, comic strip, animation [or] fantasy/sci-fi properties.”
Whether you are going to exhibit or make a presentation, we don’t just have the trade show convention rentals you need. We have wireless PCs, tablets and ipads for staying in touch and on top of things. We also have some “news you can use,” especially if you want to do some pinpoint niche marketing at the conference.
Know your targets at Comic-Con
You have a range of targets this year, as Comic-Con’s registration program offered two badge categories – a “creative professional” badge and a “trade professional” one. The creative professional badge – for pros with active roles in designing, creating, writing/editing or producing animation, comic books, films/TV, video games, books or toys – is complimentary. These are the kind of pros that rely on CRE for AJA IO HD rentals and other post-production gear.
So remember: If you intend to dazzle folks on the exhibit floor with some plasma display rentals, the “creative” category also includes retired careerists from comics and other pop art industries, web “curators,” website artists and webmasters whose sites promote the historic and ongoing contributions of comics to society. If you have PDF materials prepared for both target groups, every attendee with an iPad rental can receive your message via AirDrop (very cool).
Trade badge for convention floor
The trade professional badge, says Comic-Con, is for “agents, publicists, managers, executives, marketing, sales, business development, advertising, legal representatives, and other industry professionals [attending] for business reasons.” Media pros who did not also qualify as creative professionals were eligible to purchase trade badges, but either way, be prepared with targeted materials for them, too, if it makes sense for your product or service. Get the iPad, get some tablet PC rentals – be ready for anything and everyone!
Of course, all badges to Comic-Con 2012 were gone in 80 minutes or so in early March, and the last batch of some 5,000 made available via cancellations, etc., were gone in minutes on May 31st. That means at least 130,000 people, near SDCC’s capacity. Watch for our wrap-up in about a month!
From the best in event production rentals to the most powerful post-production technology, our experienced Account Executives have the solution you need. We are ready, willing and able to help you properly exhibit at Comic Con – just call or e-mail, or a visit our Quick Rental Quote form today!
CRE supplies the finest trade show rentals anywhere. We are also the premier source of high-end technology rentals for film, TV, animation and media professionals. Whatever your hardware needs, you get our marketing expertise and all-around business savvy at no extra cost, to help you develop and implement new ideas. Today we’re talking trade show swag.
Swag, giveaways, freebies – it’s what fills your tote bag at conferences. You may have a wonderful presentation running on a sharp LCD touchscreen monitor rental, but prospects cannot take that when they leave. But if it were on a flash drive with your logo, they just might spread your message to their co-workers, colleagues and who-knows-who. If flash drives are too pricey, anything that’s useful and has your contact info is better than nothing at all.
If you pick the wrong item, or use it ineffectively, you’ll get zero bang for your precious bucks. Here are the top five rules for trade show swag:
1. Make it useful – A trade show giveaway must be useful or it will end up in the junk drawer. Even some useful items have been overdone – who needs another refrigerator magnet or keychain? – so think it through. Huge numbers of people now own an iPad, so a branded, plastic, rubber-tipped stylus could be a winner.
2. Make it yours – If your company brand involves specific colors and other design elements (in addition to your logo), make sure to incorporate these into the promo item. It needs to look like “you” – and if you established a conference theme then apply it to the giveaway item, as well.
3. Make it Informative – Give people as many ways to contact you as possible (phone, fax, e-mail, URL). Even computer rentals have stickers with CRE Rentals contact information. Also use your company slogan or create a short, sweet tag line about your product or service.
4. Make it financially sensible – If yours is a low-cost product or service, high-priced swag makes no sense. Of course, the costlier the item, the more judicious you need to be about giving it out. CRE Account Executives can help you strategize this with the same level of expertise they bring to event production rentals.
5. Make it targeted – Naturally, you want to attract qualified prospects, but it can take a few moments to determine if someone is a good prospect. Consider getting low-cost branded pens to offer all comers, reserving a special item (flash drive?) for the best prospects.
The National Association of Broadcasters’ annual convention, NAB 2012, set for April 14-19 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, is among the premier electronic media shows and the primary one covering film, cable and TV. With a full range of trade show convention rentals – everything you need to make your best impression from booth to breakout session – CRE will help you get the most from this event.
Since everyone involved in creating, producing and delivering content across today’s multiple channels – TV, satellite, cable, smart phones, the Internet, the iPad, etc. – will be there, you need to be there, too. NAB 2012 combines 90,000+ attendees from over 150 countries with 1,500+ exhibitors, creating what it calls the “ultimate marketplace for digital media and entertainment.” From creators that use CRE’s render farms to communications firms streaming those creations to every sort of digital device, NAB 2012 is a true melting pot of innovation and progress.
Entice show-goers into your booth with an interactive presentation on a bright LCD touchscreen monitor rental. In the “interconnected world” of the 21st century, the NAB event has become renowned for solutions that, as the group explains, “transcend traditional broadcasting and embrace content delivery to new screens in new ways.” If you need some “new ways” to promote your firm more effectively at this trade show, contact CRE about NAB rentals.
The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries will take over the Mandalay Bay Resort from April 15-19 for the ISRI 2012 Convention and Expo. Invited experts, attendees and exhibitors will take part in over 40 workshops, “spotlight” meetings and general sessions. That doesn’t even include the exhibits, where renting a 65″ plasma display will support your efforts to reach the 5,000+ attendees from 50 countries.
ISRI 2012 is the world’s biggest recycling industry event, with more than 250 vendors using 300,000 square feet of exhibit space to reach thousands of industry professionals. With so many people in constant motion, consider supplementing your booth outreach. Rent interactive kiosk technology to capture attendee contact data in convention areas you cannot cover with Sales staff.
The expo floor is always the centerpiece of ISRI’s yearly get-together, and organizers work hard to keep the attendees in front of the exhibitors. In fact, the Exhibit Hall Opening Gala Reception and a couple of other smaller events will be held right on the trade show floor. In addition to your booth and kiosk “virtual assistants,” your convention team will find that tablet PC rentals and other tools from CRE contribute to a successful team effort.
In addition to everything you need for conferences, CRE offers straightforward advice and solid solutions for digital workflows. From A/V equipment and powerful workstations to special post gear like the AJA Io HD, we’ve got you covered. One call or e-mail (or a few clicks on our Quick Rental Quote form) and we’re on it!
The National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) represents around 16,000 dealers of new vehicles, both domestic and foreign. Over 90 percent of new-vehicle dealers in the U.S. are members, and representatives from most will be at NADA 2012 from February 3-6 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The many tech breakthroughs in computerandcommunications are being embraced wholeheartedly by makers of transportation technology.
For the first time, NADA 2012 will be held in conjunction with the American Truck Dealers (ATD) Convention and Expo. Exchanging ideas, getting updates on new marketing approaches and networking with other dealers are invaluable experiences for attendees. With the right setup – a LCD touchscreen monitor rental to engage exhibit hall visitors, breakout session aids using Audience Response System (ARS) rentals, etc. – you can make an impact at the event that puts the new vehicle industry in your sights.
This year’s conference promises a powerful conference with such heavy-hitter speakers as President George W. Bush and Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne. Everything on the NADA 2012 program is geared to pushing dealerships to new levels of success.
Catch the “mobile health wave” at HIMSS12
The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society is holding its 2012 annual conference and exhibition, HIMSS12, at the Las Vegas Convention Center from February 20-24. The leading group to approach healthcare from the information technology (IT) and systems side of the equation, HIMSS is focusing this year’s conference on “mobile health IT” and the integration of such mobile devices as a smart phone or iPad rental.
With education sessions, special programs and wide-ranging exhibits, health IT and systems professionals from around the world will have their eyes, ears and minds wide open for new tools, techniques and services. With our plasma display rentals you can capture the attention of passersby and draw them into your booth. Of course, there are a lot of people you can miss that way, so you should rent interactive kiosks and place them strategically to capture attendee contact information.
HIMSS12 is the premier location for promoting products and services that empower healthcare professionals to speed workflows, deliver patient care and make educated decisions on technology. A “conference within a conference” event, HIT X.0: Beyond the Edge, will introduce you to hundreds and hundreds of special health/medical applications for smart phones, Wi-Fi gadgets of all kinds and tablet PC rentals running Windows, iOS or Linux. It may help to outfit your conference team members with an iPad rental as well as a Windows device to do “test drives.”
A single call or e-mail puts an experienced Account Executive on the job for you, while our Quick Rental Quote form will save you time when you know what you need. Either way, we’re here and ready to help.