Audio visual expo to showcase 10± inch plasma TV
THE largest plasma panel on the Australia market, the Panasonic 103 inch, will soon be available to North Queensland businesses and will be on display at an Audio Visual Expo to be hel d a t t he Townsvill e Mercure Inn on March 15 and 16.
The expo is run by North Queensland Audio Visual. The company’s managing director, Kevin Booth, said the expo had been running for just over five years and had grown substantially during this time.
‘‘ We are so excited to have been given the opportunity this year by Panasonic to display the largest plasma panel available i n Australia,’’ Mr Booth said.
‘‘ No-one in North Queensland has the screen but we have already had some interest from businesses .’’
The 103 inch plasma can be used as a TV and computer screen as well as for signage. Mr Booth said a wide range of other equipment would also be on display at the expo, which is free to attend if you register at www. nqav. com. au/ expo.