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WePresent joins ADESSA

wePresent is a professional simple-to-use wireless presentation system that allows up to 64 users to collaborate and give a wireless interactive presentation from their Windows/Mac computer, smartphone and/or tablet.  No more searching for cables, tripping on wires or calling your IT department!

Logo - wepresentThere are 3 models to choose from: the WiPG-1000, the WiPG-1600, and the WiPG-2000, plus the all new SharePod for adding any HDMI content into the wePresent environment.  wePresent connects to any display by HDMI or VGA and creates a wireless projection in full 1080p HD resolution; works with ANY device (PC, Mac, iOS, Android); conference control gives lecturers/presenters full control; adheres to strict security standards; doubles as a wireless access point; integrates with SMART boards and touchscreens; and eliminates the need for additional equipment.

When connected to a local area network, wePresent allows presentations from network computers and supports a passthrough internet connection. With an abundance of IT network settings, wePresent easily adapts to a school’s rigorous security environment. There’s a built-in wireless access point that can be enabled, as well as additional security features such as a 4-digit randomly-generated access code, enterprise-level encryption and an onboard gatekeeper option.

wePresent allows students to give interactive presentations, collaborate, annotate onscreen, or participate in classroom discussions from their own computer, tablet and/or mobile device. The perfect solution for your Smart Classroom.

Computers 4 Kids awarded DEDAT tender

ADESSA congratulates Computers 4 Kids, one of its members, on being awarded a 3 year tender to train 500 000 Western Cape citizens on how to connect to and use the limited free wi-fi access at the 384 Neotel / WCG hotspots across the Province.

logo - computers4kidsThe impact that Phase 1 has made in the Cape Town Metro has been phenomenal and we are looking forward to the next two Phases where the impact will be even bigger. Citizens have the option to complete a quiz and receive an electronic certificate signed by Minister Winde.

Visit www.computers4kids.co.za/online to complete the quiz and get your certificate!