Megatech and PLUS
Megatech is PLUS's only Authorized Service Center for all of Canada. We provide high-quality in-warranty and out-of-warranty repair service and support for PLUS's entire line of projectors.
PLUS manufactures and markets both extremely sophisticated and affordable ultra-lightweight, ultra-portable digital projectors. They also manufacture and market full featured PLUS brand electronic copyboards and real-time interactive whiteboards. Featuring an unprecedented level and range of performance options, PLUS communication and information products are designed to provide a high degree of value to today's mobile professionals, including corporate presenters, medical and legal professionals, educators, trainers, military/government professionals, and technical consultants.
PLUS Corporation is a 50-year-old company. In 1998, PLUS created the Presentation and Communications Division to handle R&D and marketing for its electro-optical product line. That was also the year that PLUS began selling its first projector based on DLPT technology, the UP-800, the world's first sub-10-pound projector, combining the Digital Light Processing technology developed by Texas Instruments with PLUS Corp.'s unique optical technologies.
Following up the breakthrough UP-800 was the UP-1100, at the time the world's lightest XGA projector to feature DLP technology. In 1999, PLUS again broke the weight barrier with the U2 series projectors. At six pounds each, they once again gave PLUS the lightweight crown. That record was quickly broken, however, when the following year PLUS introduced the three-pound U3 Series projectors. In 2002 the company remained true to its reputation, introducing the V-Series, the world's first two-pound Digital Light Processing technology-enabled projectors, and the world's smallest and lightest home theater projector, the Piano HE-3100. Throughout this time, PLUS projectors received a series of design awards, including Germany's IF Design Award, Japan's Good Design Award three years in a row, and most recently, the 2002 International Consumer Electronics Show Innovations Award..
In May 2001, to further strengthen the company's position in the rapidly expanding projector market, the PLUS Presentation and Communication Division was established as an independent company, PLUS Vision Corp. As of January 2002, the American components of PLUS and PLUS Corporation of America merge as well as purchase the liquidated assets of Lightware, Inc. to form PLUS Vision Corp. of America.Click here to visit PLUS Corporation of America's official site.