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In your boardroom presentations, the challenge is to keep the technology clutter to a minimum and offer a dazzling display. All this is now possible with small footprint projectors, PCs and powerful Wi-Fi routers from ASUS, one of the world’s great IT companies that make, amongst other things, the most diverse range of laptops, netbooks, mobile phones, routers, projectors, motherboards, graphics cards, smart watches, tablets and mini PCs.

Today, we will focus on three products that will raise the bar on your boardroom presence.

Always project

You need a powerful image, not a massive projector. The palm sized 750-gram ASUS PB3 LED projector will astonish your audience with a footprint barely larger than a CD case and a surprisingly strong 800 Ansi Lumens visual that will impress. No need for power cords because the 12,000mAh battery will keep on for up to three hours and that’s a lot longer than your presentation should be. There’s a dazzling array of ports for smartphones, HDMI, MHL, VGA, USB, wireless adaptor connection and even micro SD cards. Its built in speaker does a fine job and heck, you can even charge you smartphone on its battery while you’re waiting. Setup is a breeze and it will auto-correct the image angle when the PBE tilts up or down. Just a brilliant palm sized portable projector design with a street price of under a grand.

Unclog the Wi-Fi

As we become more and more Wi-Fi reliant, how many devices are clogging up the office Wi-Fi? Lots. So, when your presentation needs to connect to a video on the internet, you want a seamless transition and a faultless video. The solution here is a powerful tri-band Wi-Fi router that’s up to the task. The ASUS RT-AC3200 has few rivals with its intuitive interface and its ability to intelligently balance Wi-Fi bandwidth load and prioritise your needs with ease and a street price around $295.

The engine room

Gone are the days of big black PC boxes. As processors have become faster and shrunk in size, so have their enclosures. With a brushed aluminium case, the ASUS VivoMini VM65N PC is all-powerful, with Intel’s latest Skylake processors and NVIDIA’s Optimus graphics technology capable of 4K and 3D video display, so it’s a future proof design and small enough to be attached to the rear side of a TV. With HDMI, DisplayPort, Gigabit Ethernet, 4 USB 3.0 and 2 USB 3.1 inputs, it’s great value with a street price around $679.

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