One of the questions that comes up frequently is what are the differences between the three current models of ClickShare and which one should I choose.

Below is a chart that lines up the features…

ClickShare Product Detail

The most common difference that jumps out when looking at the chart is the number of supported buttons and simultaneously supported images.  Extra buttons and trays are available for all units, so don’t let the number of included buttons limit the decision process.  However, if we  look a little deeper, there are some less obvious and potentially more important elements to consider:

If users will have a 4K display, then consider the CSC-1.  Even if they will not share 4K content, the CSC-1 allows users to show up to fou
r 1080p sources simultaneously at their native resolution on a single 4K display.  (If end users share spreadsheets or other visually detailed content, then this alone may be enough reason to move to a 4K display.)  No external scaler required.

On the other end of the spectrum is the budget conscious CS-100 which is great for small businesses and huddle spaces.  Many companies choose to move up to the CSE-200 for Airplay compatibility and to allow two users on screen at the same time.  For consistency in the end user experience, companies also tend to go with CSE-200 in huddle spaces when a CSC-1 is also used in larger spaces.  Both the CSE-200 and CSC-1 allow for network integration, while the CS-100 does not.  This combination of price and features has made the CSE-200 the most popular unit, followed closely by the CSC-1.

In addition to our demo loaner program, there is also a dealer demo purchase program that allows integrators to by one of each unit at a discount.  Both options are a great way to help you and your customer evaluate options.  As always, feel free to contact me or your Almo rep if you have questions.

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