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Mobile Video Conferencing for Professionals

Are you in a Fortune 500 Firm or perhaps an Ivy League school that has the resources for a multi-million dollar telepresence conference room? Consider yourself lucky if you are – the majority of us don’t have the budget, floor space, or even ROI requirements to pull it off.

On the other hand, the “Have Laptop, Will Travel” Skype version is certainly effective for personal communication, but really lacks the professionalism of a true telepresence.

If you need a professional telepresence environment, but can’t convince the purse-holder to buy 4 flat screens and install a built-in sound system into the ceiling & walls, consider Spectrum’s Flat Screen Cart. The capability is certainly there: rack rail for the latest in audio visual equipment, perforated metal to deliver the best sound from in-cabinet speakers, and the highest-quality balloon wheels for ease of mobility.

If you’re really striving for a professional appearance, would you buy a simple box that happens to hold a monitor on top? Spectrum’s Flat Screen Cart is designed to be a piece of furniture that blends into a telepresence environment. Color, shape, and style are all designed into the corner columns, surface, and even handles.

This is flexibility; telepresence can occur in any room in a given building.

This is affordable telepresence; the ROI is much greater than a little-used conference room.

This is professionalism; as built into every Spectrum product.


Spectrum’s Flat Screen Cart comes in two standard heights and two standard colors. As an ISO 9001:2008 company with over 40 years of experience, we can customize the Flat Screen Cart to your satisfaction. As an Evergreen Award winner, Spectrum Industries can manufacture the Flat Screen Cart while being stewards to our environment.
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