Trade Shows

2013 IBC Show

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Author : RUIGE
Update time : 2016-07-29 15:01:00
On 13th Sep. 2013, IBC tradeshow was opened in Amsterdam as scheduled. Four staff from RUIGE, taken some new products, participated this show for the seventh time. 

Although the Europe economy is still in depression, fewer visitors compare to passed years, but sill they have great interest on RUIGE monitors. Many distributors from UK, France, Germany, Italy and etc., all attracted by RUIGE innovative products, especially on the global original carry-on monitor. Two demoed carry-on items were reserved in the first day, and we signed many sales contract during the show.

The new launched TLS480HD-4 (4.8”) quad screen rackmount monitor, also acquired high appraise from customers, no matter on the picture quality, functions, nor the craft. Some of them can not wait any longer to distributing RUIGE new monitors in their market.
 
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