InFocus has started shipping two new models in its 1100 series of portable DLP projectors, both weighing in at less than 3 pounds.
Acer has started shipping a sub-$1,000 DLP short-throw projector that can act as an interactive whiteboard and project images from 19.2 inches from the screen.
WolfVision has rolled out a new portable HD visualizer with camera, lighting system, and controls built directly into the unit's arm.
InFocus has rolled out a new series of entry-level 3D-ready projectors with a total of six models, two of them selling for less than $400.
AV technology maker AMX reported it has acquired SchoolView Technologies, a developer of software designed for managing various aspects of school technologies, from bell schedules and clock synchronization to streaming video and paging.
Boulder Valley School District in Colorado reported it will deploy classroom management software to all of its computer and media center labs for the new school year.
LG Electronics this week unveiled its next generation of network monitors, the U Series, at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC).
NEC has launched a series of new high-resolution, high-light-output projectors designed for fixed installation applications in large venues, such as lecture halls and campus theaters.
Crestron has unveiled a high-definition device that can record and replay lectures anywhere through mobile device. It comes in two models.
Samsung has launched a new classroom visual presentation system that supports 30 FPS output at native resolutions up to SXGA.