TOP 10 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
One (1) unit is our minimum order, so for companies who want a prototype to use for tests, we’ll happily produce it. The cost for a single branded prototype is approximately $300. However, Video Brochures ordered in bulk typically cost between $25 and $65 per piece.
Price is primarily driven by quantity and screen size. Also, electronic components like motherboards, speakers, memory, and batteries factor in depending on their sizes. Prices for Video Brochures range from $25 to $65 per piece depending on the components included. The printed wrap is a lesser cost factor. The price includes full color printing and lamination of the custom paper wrap. Additional treatments like foil, spot UV, embossing and custom papers are also available for additional costs.
Production time is generally 14 business days after artwork is approved. Also, since all Video Marketing Products are produced in China, once in a while the container ships get delayed. Even though that’s rare, it can sometimes add a few more days.
We load each unit with the customer’s videos and fully charge each lithium battery during production.
Our standard battery provides 2 hours of continuous play. We also offer larger batteries that can provide up to 40 hours of continuous play for an additional cost.
Just like cell phones, the batteries in all of our Video Marketing Products are charged via a mini USB to USB cable.
Yes, video content can be changed, meaning you can customize each unit for your individual prospects. Through a simple process, you can drag and drop new .mp4 or .mov files onto each one (click here for instructions). If you need assistance formatting the files correctly, we are available to help.
Our standard units contain 256M of memory, which hold approximately 15 minutes of video content. You can upgrade the memory chip to hold more (1 gig = 60 min). Our 4”, 5”, 7” and 10.1” screens will play .mp4 and .mov files. Our smaller 2.4” and 2.8” screens use .amv files.
Standard prices include up to 6 buttons. The most common button types are play/pause, volume up/down, individual chapters and video scroll forward/back. Button placement is part of the graphic design and should be included in the provided art file. Our design templates address button spacing and placement criteria.
Yes, we will send an electronic proof via email before production begins.