Rent a TV instead of buying one
A TV in the office? No, we don’t want to distract you and your employees, rather give you an additional option for presenting content. Especially for trade fairs, a strikingly large screen can be advantageous to help you stand out from the competition. Or would you like to present your completed project to your customer? Here too, a large LED or LCD display is more suitable than a small computer screen.
However, since the TV is only needed occasionally, renting the TV instead of buying it is a welcome alternative. Not only do you save on the high purchase costs, you can also upgrade to more current models as needed. That’s why we have a diverse selection of high-quality devices on offer for you. Our service technicians will also take care of the assembly, including the set-up of your devices upon request, leaving you free to devote yourself fully to your project.
TVs available to lease from XTR
At Xchange Technology Rentals, we offer you only the best equipment when you want to rent a Smart TV. The range of uses can be extremely varied. We know that too and have adapted our range accordingly. Every conceivable shape and size, from the convenient 24 inch device to the extra-large 75 inch TV can be found in our range. In addition, some devices have modern additional functions such as 3D support.
Our extensive offering includes the latest TVs from the most renowned brands in the industry, from Samsung to Philips to Sony and more. If you are unable find the device you are looking for, please contact us directly. We will help you find the TV that meets your individual requirements.
Do you want to attract a lot of attention and leave a lasting impression at the trade fair? If so, make sure that your visitors come to you in a pro-active manner by renting a touchscreen. Whether for pure information or for small games — a display like this encourages your customers to interact.
Rent a Smart TV: Criteria to consider
If you are renting a TV, there are a few things to bear in mind. Screen size and resolution are two of the main criteria. The screen size depends first and foremost on your personal preference and the intended use. The further away the viewer is from the screen, the larger the screen can be. Full HD or 4K resolution is now considered the standard resolution for televisions. But be careful: 4K resolution is not automatically advantageous in all cases, even if this is within the device’s capability. The perfect resolution in turn depends on the chosen screen size and the distance between TV and viewer.
One of the most important decisions in connection with TVs is the screen technology. Terms such as LCD, LED, OLED and QLED display come up again and again. We give you an overview of each type of technology below.
LCD or LED?
LCD is short for Liquid Crystal Display. The name refers to the crystal coating with which these displays are covered. Since all modern TVs today have such a coating, each of these TVs has both an LCD and an LED display. Thus, strictly speaking, LED TVs can be classified as LCD TVs.
The difference lies in the lighting type and quality: In both devices, the liquid crystals are backlit to produce the picture. However, while LCD TVs are illuminated by fluorescent tubes, LED devices use light-emitting diodes. This light supply is longer-lasting, more energy-efficient and smaller than that of LCD TVs. The latter can ultimately be attributed to the thinner and lighter design of LED devices. LED technology also has another visual advantage: Compared to LCDs, you get a deeper black because these areas are not illuminated.
OLED or QLED?
QLED is an improved technology of LED TVs. The displays work on the same principle as LED displays; with only one difference: In addition to the crystal coating, QLED devices have another layer of quantum dots. This layer of small nanoparticles ensures that the picture on QLED TVs is brighter, richer in contrast and more colour-intensive.
While QLED can be considered the successor to LED screens, OLED is a new breakthrough technology. What is special about these devices is that OLED does not require any additional lighting. The TVs are equipped with organic light-emitting diodes that are able to light up by themselves through carbon-containing compounds. This takes television to a whole new level — with sharper contrasts, brilliant colour results and stronger luminosity.
Initially, OLED and QLED screens were only associated with one brand. For a long time, OLED screens were only offered by LG, while QLED screens were only available from Samsung. Nowadays, other manufacturers are also using this popular technology:
Rent a TV without a credit report for B2B
Purchasing in instalments is often difficult or impossible due to a low credit rating. If your credit report contains a negative entry, the financing application is often rejected. The same scenario applies to TV rental.
XTR makes it possible: We would like to give you the opportunity to rent a TV despite a low credit rating. You can do this simply by leaving a deposit with us, which you will receive back at the end of the rental period.
Rent suitable accessories for your TV
Of course, we also offer the right accessories for your TV to make for the perfect trade fair appearance. For the right stand, we have floor stands on offer. Or would you rather save space and mount the display on the wall? That’s no problem whatsoever with our wall mount. Our soundbars, on the other hand, provide the perfect sound.