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AV & Presentation


Epson Unveils Big Changes, New Releases to Projector Lines

Epson is rolling out a host of expansions and new releases to its various lines of projectors, including the addition of three new models to its PowerLite series and the introduction of its BrightLink Pro ultra-short throw interactive projectors.

BenQ Launches Grant Program for Interactive Displays

BenQ has kicked off a new grant program for education.

Sony Unveils New Projectors

Sony has introduced several new models of projectors, including new WUXGA models weighing less than 13 pounds and new laser light source units.

Boeckeler Instruments Launches New Annotation System with iPad Control

Boeckeler Instruments has unveiled a new annotation system, the Pointmaker CPN-5600 HDCP, which features a hardware-based video processor and enables users to display and share content from an iPad or multiple video and computer sources.

PESA Intros Compact Streaming System

PESA, a manufacturer of audio and video distribution systems, has introduced its new compact streaming system, PESA Xstream C22.

Spending on Instructional Tech To Reach $19 Billion Within 5 Years

Spending on classroom technology reached $13 billion last year. According to a new market forecast, that's expected to hit $19 billion by 2018, driven primarily by mobile devices.

MimioStudio Software Now Available With Epson BrightLink Projectors

MimioStudio software is designed for use with interactive projectors, and supports pens, single-touch, multi-touch and gestures.

Aleratec Introduces New Charge and Sync Station Mini 10

The 10-port station is small enough to fit into a laptop bag or desk drawer and supports iOS, Android and most other platforms.

How Mobile Devices Are Saving IWBs

Three schools tell how they're combining tablets and clickers with interactive whiteboards to engage students on multiple levels.

The Naked Truth About Full-Frontal Presentations

As part of Common Core's shift of focus from teaching to learning, students are delivering more presentations (while teachers and peers sit-and-get). Not surprisingly, the same boring presentation techniques don't work any better for students than they did for teachers.

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