HAILOCVN Launches of LED Display Rental To Ease the Availability of Indoor Advertising

HAILOCVN has announced its latest launching of LED display rental in its nearby regions. It is launched to provide a luxurious outlook to the house interiors as well as extend an extravagant part of various events.

Hanoi, Vietnam - April 5, 2020 / / —

The launch of LED display rental by HAILOCVN is considered as a significant milestone in the operation of the company in recent years. The LED screen is likely to be thinner and lightweight compared to the former LED screens.

The primary objective behind launching the lightweight LED screen is to make it easier for customers to avail. Started at an affordable price, consumers can rent the screen for various events as well.

In the words of the Chairman of Hailocvn, “One of the most evident features that we have incorporated in our latest LED screens is their service life. These screens can run 24/7 without any extended wear and tear. The LED screens can run up to 1,00,000 hours at a stretch”.

Indoor LEDs are one of their kind and can serve advertising purposes efficiently. Going by the latest technological advancements, installing an LED advertising screen is the need of the hour. People are more into display boards than mere texts on pamphlets.

Therefore, the introduction of such LED screens will add an extra edge to the competition prevailing in marketing. Besides, these screens come with numerous benefits as well. Right from being lightweight to providing better image quality to being eco-friendly, these LED screens are known to have a user-friendly interface. View here

Another spokesperson from Hailocvn goes on to mention, “Though the LED display rental is lightweight, we do not compromise with its performance or features specifically. We have made sure it provides clear and smooth images, even in large light environments. It is so designed that you can use it in your cafe, restaurant, or at any event such as weddings too.”

As already mentioned, the screen does not forget to care about the environment; it is worth mentioning that the LED display does not emit any harmful UV rays or any infrared radiation too. Besides, the temperature also does not rise beyond 5 degrees Celsius even after the continuous operation, thereby generating low heat.

All these features together make the launch of LED display rental a beneficial product. It is expected to serve the lived of the modern man most elegantly and proactively.

About the company:
HAILOCVN has been a renowned company in extending projection solutions for years. The products are authentic and are fully certified to meet international standards. They believe in customer satisfaction and aim to provide the best of services.

Contact Details:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hailocvn/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/hailocvn
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/hailocvn1997/
Medium: https://medium.com/@hailocvn
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hailocvn1990/

Contact Info:
Name: Dale
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Organization: HAILOCVN
Address: No.16, Street 3, Phu Lo, Soc Son, Ha Noi
Phone: +84 917261661
Website: https://hailocvn.com/

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Release ID: 88952523

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