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San Francisco, CA, June 2, 2008 -- Media Vision USA has announced it will demonstrate for the first time the TAIDEN wireless tabletop voting unit. The TAIDEN HCS-4395, with its excellent quality and design, will be on display and demonstrated at the Media Vision USA booths during the InfoComm 2008 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The main application for the new wireless tabletop voting system is council chambers with historical sites with restrictions on any drilling, wiring, and millwork. The TAIDEN HCS-4395 wireless tabletop voting system brings the latest in wireless integrated voting and sign-in facility techniques. It offers wireless digital communication, adopting multilevel error correction and encrypted coding with high confidentiality and low error rate, and has a wireless RF transceivers range of 100m cooperating with HCS-4100MTB main unit and HCS-4391 RF Transceiver. The tabletop voting unit has a large LCD screen for displaying voting and sign-in information which can provide multiple forms of voting such as parliamentary(yes/no/abstain), multiple choice, and audience response/rating, first/last key-press validity, voting time controlling, and result displaying controlling. There is an option for built-in IC Card reader for IC Card registration or for key-press sign-in.
The TAIDEN wireless tabletop voting system will be available throughout the existing Media Vision USA representation network in North America http://www.mediavision-usa.com/sales.php.
About Media Vision USA
Headquartered in San Francisco, California, Media Vision USA is the lead provider of conference microphone discussion systems, electronic voting, and simultaneous interpretation to the audio-visual industry. Media Vision USA has provided state of the art systems for such customers as colleges, city councils, banks, corporate boardrooms and the United Nations. Additional information can be found at http://www.mediavision-usa.com.