TriTech Now Offering Free Demo Kits of Yealink VC400

TriTech Corporation is proud to announce that we’re now offering FREE demo kits of the Yealink VC400 Video Conferencing System to enterprises across southeast Wisconsin.

We’re one of the few companies in North America where you can even find such an offer. If you would like to take advantage of this exceptional offer or if you want to learn more, give us a call at (262) 717-0037 or (800) 891-3388 or email us at service (at) tritechcoa (dot) com.

A Risk-Free, Two-Week Trial!

The Yealink VC400 Video Conferencing System is a brand-new collaboration solution for enterprises looking to acquire a full-featured video conferencing system without breaking the bank.

After providing a security deposit, you’ll receive a complete Yealink VC400 system to test out for 2 weeks. When you return the system with all components, you’ll receive your full deposit back, minus damages if there are any.

The demo kits are previously used but in excellent condition.

Yealink VC400
Yealink VC400

What’s Included in a Demo Kit?

Each demo kit includes:

• VC400 multipoint codec
• VCC18 1080p30 HD PTZ camera
• VCP40 360° conference phone
• VCR10 remote control
• 8GB USB flash drive
• All necessary cables, adapters and manuals
• All camera mounting accessories

The system is easy—even intuitive—to set up and use.

The VC400 codec provides multipoint support for up to 4 parties in full 1080p30 HD video with additional one-way audio call. It also supports dual-screen conferences with 1080p content sharing. There are no extra charges for either dual-screen support or content sharing. Yealink gives you everything from the outset.

The VCC18 camera brings you 1080p HD video (1920×1080 resolution) at 30 fps. The camera includes 18x optical zoom. It has a pan angle range of around 100° and a tilt range of around 30°, with up to 10 preset positions.

The VCP40 conference phone integrates a 3-microphone array with 10ft pickup in a 360° radius. Audio comes through with crystal clear 20KHz CD quality.

Yealink has also focused on creating an interoperable system. The VC400 supports the SIP and H.323 protocols, meaning you’ll be able to integrate this system with other systems built according to industry standards.

You might be wondering why we mentioned that the kits come with an 8GB USB flash drive. Yealink doesn’t charge you for call recording. In fact, they’ve included call recording or screenshots to USB stick directly into the codec unit. You just need to plug your flash drive into the back, and you’re good to go.

It’s little details like that get us excited about the Yealink VC400 Video Conferencing System. Yealink never charges you for features that you deserve.

In a nutshell, the Yealink VC400 gives you what you want. And you can test it for no money at all.

Is the Yealink VC400 for Me?

Let’s say you’re curious, but you’re not quite ready for the risk-free trial. How do you know if the Yealink VC400 Video Conferencing System is for you?

Video conferencing is appreciated by companies not only for the fact that it eliminates nearly all of your unnecessary travel, but also because it increases your efficiency and productivity. You can get in touch with people more rapidly and with a wider geographic range, allowing you to develop more intimate connections with more clients—the foundation of a good business. Workers also love video conferencing, because it simplifies scheduling and gives them flexibility.

For reasons like these, it’s been estimated that by as early as next year, video conferencing is going to supplant email and phones as the primary mode of business collaboration.

Video conferencing is becoming standard practice for businesses of all sizes.

The Yealink VC400 Video Conferencing System is, in our opinion, particularly well suited to small-to-midsize businesses (SMBs). Why do we say that?

Full-featured. We can’t emphasize enough how wonderful it is for a video conferencing manufacturer to just give you the features you deserve without making you pay for them.

Affordable. On top of giving you all the features you need, the base system is extremely affordable in comparison with other video conferencing systems of comparable quality.

Simple. The Yealink VC400 is essentially a plug-and-play system with intuitive controls that also gives you robust support for optimization, firewall traversal and other advanced customization options.

Quality. Quite simply, Yealink has made an excellent product for an unbeatable price point. The video is crisp and clear, the audio is lifelike, every feature works as it should.

These are just a few of the reasons that we believe that you owe it to yourself to seize this opportunity for a risk-free trial of the Yealink VC400 Video Conferencing System.

How Do I Order My Free Demo Kit?

Give us a call! Get in touch! We’d love to hear from you. TriTech is dedicated to bringing useful, affordable technology of the highest quality to our community here in Wisconsin. You’re going to love the Yealink VC400.

Our team is available 8am – 5pm CST, Monday – Friday by phone at (262) 717-0037 or (800) 891-3388 or by email at service (at) tritechcoa (dot) com.

Why and When to Upgrade Your Old Printer

Ah… your trusty old printer. When it’s not jammed, it’s out of toner—it’s that reliable. Or maybe I’m just cynical.

Frankly, printers are amazing machines. When you think about the intricate processes, all the technical and computing innovations, that were required to print out your report it’s quite something.

But, man oh man, is it frustrating when you’re opening panels, pulling out yet another twisted and ruined sheet. Then you leave a sliver of paper on the roller. Then the next sheet gets stuck to it. Then you have to open the panels again.

You ask yourself: Is it time to upgrade my printer?


When Should I Replace My Printer?

The biggest question to consider when thinking about upgrading your printer is this:

Does it cost more to repair my printer or to replace it?

This is a complicated question. If you repair your printer today but in a year it simply won’t work no matter what, it would probably have been better to get a new one. You can see: we’re talking about total cost of ownership (TCO).

TCO is notoriously tough to calculate. After all, we can’t predict the future, and TCO demands that we act on what we think is going to happen. TCO also demands that you take into account a large variety of factors.

We’re going to go over a number of these factors, starting with estimating maintenance costs.


How do you estimate maintenance costs? It’s tough, but you can estimate it to a certain extent.

The primary cost associated with maintaining a printer come from consumables: paper, toner, ink. Thus, if you can reduce the number of consumables that you use, you’ll save money. If your old printer is wasteful, making you use more consumables than you should be using, you can save a lot of money in the long run by upgrading to a more efficient and reliable printer.

Cost per page (CPP). By comparing how much money you spend on printing with your current printer with the CPPs provided by manufacturers, you’ll be able to plot how much or how little you will save by upgrading your printer.

Manufacturers typically provide CPP for their models. If not, you’ll need two pieces of information:

1. The price of your ink or toner cartridge

2. How many pages you print on average before replacing the cartridge.

By dividing the first number by the second, you get your CPP. CPP is thus a very useful statistic that’s easy to determine. If your CPP is, in your opinion, unacceptably high compared to the CPP of newer models, you should consider upgrading your printer.

Obviously, you don’t only spend money on consumables. There’s also support services, such as repairs.

Repairs. Repairs are almost impossible to predict, unfortunately. You do know some things. If your printer is older, it’s probably more likely to break down. Parts from older machines might be out of stock or expensive to obtain. If you haven’t been cleaning your printer regularly, it’s more likely to fail. In fact, one thing to consider instead of upgrading your printer is to maintain it regularly.

Managed services. One way to save on maintenance costs is to have someone come and check on your printer on a regular basis. For example, TriTech offers printer maintenance contracts, according to which our authorized technicians will keep your printer running as well as it can.

In other words, you’re paying a little to save a lot. How much easier is it to clean a bathtub once a week instead of letting a ring of calcified residue, old soap and mildew develop then trying to put it right in a rush? This is the idea behind managed services. By using managed services you can extend the lifespan of your printer. You’ll also keep the quality of your print jobs as high as your printer will handle.

HP Laser Printer
HP Laser Printer


When you’re looking at what your printer spits out and you think, once again, “This should be better,” it’s time to go shopping. When you see, for example, the vast improvements in color laser printing technology, it’s hard not to get a bit jealous.

And, frankly, if the quality of your printer is no longer professional, you should consider upgrading your printer. Your enterprise needs to present itself in the best possible light that you can afford. It’s very common advice for job-seekers that they should never print their resumes out from an inkjet. The bleeding of the ink makes letters blurry. The crisp letters that a laser printer makes look so much better.

Laser v Inkjet. This is one of those classic questions: should I get an inkjet or a laser printer? Here’s the common answer:

• Pictures. If you print out a lot of pictures, get an inkjet.

• Text. If you print out mostly text, get a laser.

If you have an old inkjet and you’re buying cartridge after cartridge, you’re wasting money. Although a laser printer and its cartridges are more expensive individually, the cartridges last much longer. Besides, laser printers are generally quicker than inkjet printers. You’ll save a lot of time that you were spending waiting. And time is your most precious resource.

Other Considerations

When considering when to upgrade your printer, here are some other common features to keep in mind.

Multifunction printer (MFP). If your office still has a separate photocopier, scanner, fax machine and printer, it could be time to unify them. A multifunction printer (MFP) is your machine. They are very popular nowadays. They save space, they save headache.

Printing queue. If you find that there’s always a backlog of print-jobs in your office and that your printer handles them poorly, either with lost jobs or massive delays, you should look to replacing your printer with one that has the memory and power to organize the multiple print-jobs.

Remember: time is your most precious resource. Articles on stress reduction in offices emphasize the little things that make workers happy. If you can improve your office atmosphere by upgrading your printer, why would you not do it?

Duplex printing. One of the best ways to save money on paper and reduce your consumption is to integrate duplex printing into your everyday printing environment. If your current printer doesn’t print on both sides of the paper, you should look into one that does. Duplex printing is becoming a standard feature for enterprise-grade printers because of its environmental and economical advantages.

WiFi. With bring your own device (BYOD) culture on the rise, your office should strongly consider getting a printer with wireless capability. Wireless access will allow your employees to print from whatever device they use, whether that’s smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop.

Lexmark Inkjet Printer
Lexmark Inkjet Printer

TriTech’s Printer Consultation Services

If you’re considering upgrading your printer, TriTech offers consultation services. Give us a call at (262) 717-0037 or toll-free at (800) 891-3388 or write us at service at tritechcoa dot com. Our technicians are authorized by the major printer manufacturers and can help you choose the best path forward.