Businesses constantly strive to grow and improve. It’s when things go stagnant that sales dip and performances slide. In a world that is constantly changing with new, cutting-edge technology, it’s important for businesses to capitalize on the latest tech trends. A new device, in itself can hold ample possibility for advancement.

These items are the latest in 2017’s business technology:

  • Razer Project Valerie portable video wall

This transforms any workspace into something truly spectacular—especially if you are the creative type that requires using multiple screens simultaneously or need one giant screen. Razer Project Valerie is a triple display laptop (17.3 inch each) with 4k displays.

Most laptops come with a 12k display, so this widely outperforms. It comes with an impressive 11520 x 2160 resolution. While you’d think this device to be large and clunky, Project Valerie comes with an automated deployment system for easy portability. That means it can fold down and be placed into any laptop carrier in a matter of seconds.

  • Cota wireless charging

Cota is changing the face of wireless power and how we charge our devices. From smartphones, tablets, remotes, keyboards, mouses and other wireless items—each need charging and/or battery replacement. Cota ends it all with wireless charging. This smart antenna technology device simply connects to an AV current. This wireless smart technology is also energy-efficient.

Connected devices can charge from a 30-foot radius. This is a great device to have at the office, not only can you go throughout your day without worrying about battery drainage, but you can get rid of some of the clutter on your desk without all the charging cords.

  • Dell Canvas 27

This particular innovative device is particularly beneficial to artists, video editors, graphic designers and other creative positions. The Dell Canvas 27 is a 27-inch touch screen monitor that can fold to lay flat for easy drafting. This creative, interactive workspace comes with a 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution and comes with an onscreen control dial. It works with either a stylus or your fingers for responsive touch interaction. One thing to note is that the Dell Canvas 27 is a monitor, so it does require being connected to a main desktop or laptop computer.

  • AirBar for MacBook Air

Today’s MacBook Airs don’t have a touchscreen option—a large drawback that Apple fans have long complained about, but that is all changing with a new accessory called AirBar. It’s an easy-to-use plug and touch device that helps the MacBook Air 13.3” better compete with Microsoft Surface and other similar touch-enabled tablets.

  • ThinkPad X1 Yoga

Lenovo ThinkPads are some of the best business laptops and the ThinkPad X1 Yoga is exactly that—with some added bells and whistles. It’s a 2-in-1 convertible laptop that is 14”, slim and ultra light (2.8lbs). The X1 Yoga has 4 different flex modes to provide additional function and versatility. It comes with a 2560 x 1440 touchscreen display, providing vibrant color and superior contrasts.

  • HELLO – The Most Advanced Video Communication Device

Video conferencing just got a lot better with HELLO, which is currently a Kickstarter project. Its goal is to change the face of remote working— for an easier collaboration between teams. It’s a voice-controlled smart device with motion detection. HELLO works cross-platform on any TV to include: wireless screen sharing, broadcasting (in real-time) and security surveillance. It will also feature additional support to work with Cisco WebEx, Skype, Facebook Messenger and other communication platforms. HELLO comes equipped with 4 smart microphones, a quad-core processor and a 4K video sensor.

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