It is precisely at this point where ViewSonic appears as a brand willing to play a paramount role in attaining the objectives set by the members of the Latin University.
The University’s initiative to accept testing the ViewSonic PJD6235 series responds to its expectations of 3D visualization by having multiple connection ports, including HDMI and others, together with the exclusive 3-year limited warranty for projectors and increased support in relation to the lamp service life in comparison to other brands.
Initially, the University was provided with 25 of these projectors for this process which lasted about three months. After analyzing these devices, the University decided to invest in another 135 units, thereby creating an alliance that, according to the infrastructure manager, will last for a long time.
"Besides satisfying our needs in terms of connectivity, 3D projection and warranty, we were also struck by the equipment performance in relation to brightness, image quality and contrast, regardless of the fact that there was a lot of light in the room,” Cabezas stresses.
This way, the Latin University is not only limited to implement ViewSonic's technology in its main headquarters, but also in other locations throughout the country, including its headquarters in the province of Heredia, Liberia (province of Guanacaste), Guápiles (province of Limón-Costa Rican Caribbean), and Paso Canoas (border with Panama).
The Manager also stated that in the transition process to ViewSonic equipment, the institution has permanently counted on logistical support and advice both by the brand’s territory management, through Mauricio Rivera, and the servicing dealer, which in Cabeza's opinion represents a significant added value.
“Six years ago, we had had the experience of working with some ViewSonic devices; however, now we are supported by our partner in certain areas, which means increased assistance for us,” Cabeza adds.