VDO360_ClearwaterIt’s definitely hot down here in Orlando, Florida right now at InfoComm 2015, but that’s not why we’re blushing. We are blushing—and very proud to announce—that we’ve been mentioned by yet another publication as “one to see.”

David Maldow, Founder & CEO of Let’s Do Video, is here with us of course, in fact he’s live tweeting from the InfoComm 2015 Exhibit Hall. Make sure you follow him on Twitter, and follow along in real-time as he shares the comings and goings from this year’s event.

And David is our man to thank. He recently published a nice round-up guide of companies and booths he’s excited about checking out during InfoComm, and much to our surprise, we made the list.

As David mentioned in his piece: “While I expect many vendors are saving big news of one type or another for the big show, I already have some preliminary information that I am at liberty to share about the following companies.”

He, of course, is alluding to our recent announcement about our cordless Clearwater PTZPC system, which we are debuting at InfoComm 2015.

This new system is entirely different from any we’ve offered in the past. It will completely change the way you configure your communications space, both in design and overall layout. Freeing you from the bonds of wires and cables, The Clearwater PTZPC will give you the versatility that wireless connectivity should provide.

The Clearwater PTZPC unites our award-winning Compass camera with the Intel 5th generation i5 PC, turning the camera and computer into one single unit—all without the use of USB cables. Its compact design—smaller than most USP PTZ cameras—adds to its versatility, and you will be pleased to hear that the price is smaller too!

The Clearwater System includes a Full featured PC combined with our High Def PTZ camera, a wireless keyboard and mouse, IR remote for camera control, our new Bluetooth speakerphone, “The Crystal,” as well as an IR preset recall button, “The Flare.”

WiDi (Wireless Display) capabilities are incorporated so that the Clearwater system can be configured to work completely wirelessly, with the exception of power to the PTZPC. The truly wireless conference room has arrived.

You can check it out for yourself at Infocomm 2015. We’ll be in booth #6643 and will be happy to demonstrate the many features of the Clearwater PTZPC. See you there!