As we mentioned a few months ago, the VU TelePresence high-definition video conferencing systems feature some truly amazing technology — and technology that can improve both life and business in several ways.

Simply put, the video conferencing system delivers jaw-dropping video quality, crystal-clear audio quality, and an unmatched feeling that the people you’re meeting with — whether they’re in New York, New Delhi or Newfoundland — are engaged and engrossed just a few feet away on the other side of your boardroom conference table.

HD Video Conferencing System

VU TelePresence Video Conferencing Benefits

Easier direct communication. Less misunderstanding. Deeper relationships. Fewer frustrating interruptions. More people at meetings and more hands on deck. Better and more abundant opportunities to talk, to negotiate, to explore big ideas, to hammer out the nitty-gritty details that make projects thrive. It can even make it easier to connect with old friends and family members — all without the need to plop down thousands upon thousands of dollars on plane tickets or enormously expensive equipment.

Thanks to cutting-edge technology at a fraction of the steep costs standard to this sophisticated of an experience, VU TelePresence makes it happen.

VU TelePresence Video Conferencing Features

VU TelePresence is available as both a 720p video conferencing system and a 1080p video conferencing system. The key to both systems are the 720p and 1080p camera support, the multipoint capability, H.264 High Profile, and their unparalleled mobile ability and easy setup and use.

VU TelePresence Video Conferencing Pricing

Now, we’re proud to announce that we’ve made the system more affordable than ever. Currently, the 720p HD video conferencing system is available for just $1,999. The 1080p HD video conferencing system, meanwhile, is available for just $3,499.

By comparison, most similar systems from VU TelePresence’s competitors run from between $12,000 and $44,000 — with fewer features and capabilities. In other words, there really is no comparison.

Three-dimensional television is a true marvel of modern audio/visual technology.

In a convention booth sales setting, a 3D TV can reach out and connect with potential customers and clients – and give your product or service a critical edge over the competition in the next booth over. In school settings or training seminars, a 3D TV can make the course material being taught come alive in an unprecedented way, engaging with students or employees and instilling in-depth understanding of complicated subjects and concepts.

And, of course, a 3D TV can give an entertainment center in your home unlike any you’ve ever seen, breathing life into parties and gatherings and fascinating your family and friends.

But as with more common high-def AV technologies, a 3D television is only as useful as the cable setup and A/V distribution devices that connect it. So here at MilesTek, we’re proud to offer a string of innovative 3D-compatible HDMI splitter/receiver sets and HDMI extender sets that make connectivity easy and give you enormous flexibility to meet your specific A/V needs.

Such devices include:

Each device features a high-speed chip set that supports both 3D and 4Kx2K resolutions. Furthermore, each device employs innovative use of CAT5E and CAT6 cables, which allow you to run 1080p signal over vast distances at a fraction of the price of attempting to do the same solely with HDMI (without undermining the sparkling quality of the signals). The splitters and receivers also make it easy to run one source to multiple 3D displays.

Here’s a nifty deal to greet the spring:

Currently, you can get the DYMO Rhino 5200 industrial label printer ($146 value) for free when you buy 15 Rhino industrial labels. Buy an additional five labels, and you can upgrade to the handy DYMO Rhino 5200 Hard Case Kit ($225 value). Similarly, the DYMO Rhino 6000 industrial labeler ($250 value) is free when you buy 30 Rhino industrial labels, upgradeable to the DYMO Rhino 6000 Hard Case Kit ($334 value) when you buy 35 labels.


Both models are portable and rugged, and they represent the cutting edge of hand-held industrial labeling technology. The 5200 makes it easy to add an extra dose of professional finish to installations with clear, long-lasting industrial labels. It can run on rechargeable batteries for maximum portability. And it’s ideal for a variety of professionals, including those in the construction, broadcast, security, datacomm, electrical and A/V fields.

The Rhino 6000, meanwhile, boasts all the features and benefits of the 5200 — and then some. Notably, it’s the first Rhino labeler to include PC connectivity, allowing the user to create custom labels ahead of time via any Windows-based software program. The 6000 model also includes a nifty library stocked with more than 250 industry terms and symbols, plus the ability to save up to 1,000 custom labels.

For both models, the hard case kits are ideal for the rough-and-tumble jobsite environment that many of our customers regularly tackle. We’re also proud to offer a comprehensive selection of industrial labels, including flexible nylon labels, heat shrink tube labels, permanent polyester labels, self-laminating labels and vinyl labels.

The promotion is valid through June 30, so order soon if you’re in the market for an industrial label printer. Or take a look at our complete catalog of cable management solutions to learn more.