Monday, August 15, 2022

Quixant to make strong impression at the AGE 2017


For the second year in a row, Quixant is proud to present its winning selection of gaming computers and monitors at the Australasian Gaming Expo 2017.

As a company focused on the design and manufacture of computer platforms for the global gaming industry, Quixant’s product portfolio is optimized to power the latest generation of gaming machines with exceptionally high reliability and long supply lifetimes.

Having supplied its gaming boards and monitors to manufacturers in the Australian market for almost 10 years, Quixant’s standard and design-for-purpose gaming monitors have made an impact in improving the quality of game content with exceptional colour reproduction that brings games to life.

A wide range of Quixant’s solutions will be on display at AGE, including the QXi-307, a highly cost-effective, fan-less control board for two screen EGMs. For applications demanding high resolution graphics the 4K UHD-ready QXi-6000, which is capable of driving three displays, provide the necessary added power. Quixant will also be demonstrating the newly released QXi-400 which offers strong performance for two screen EGMs. Lastly the QX-50 and QMax-1, complete with discrete graphics cards, satisfy the most demanding applications.

Amit Sharma, VP Sales and general manager of Quixant USA, stated: “We had a successful show in 2016 and are excited to return to Sydney this year and showcase our product portfolio. We will have our full lineup of gaming computers and a versatile offering of gaming monitors at our booth. We invite all attendees to visit us at stand 377 and experience what Quixant has to offer.”

Stop by the Quixant booth to experience the exciting product line.

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