Lumens Integration has introduced an HD-capable model in its lineup of desktop visual presenters designed for classroom use. The new unit, the PS660, offers 1080p output and comes in at less than $2,000.
The Lumens PS660 document camera/visual presenter offers a native resolution of 1,280 x 1,024 (SXGA) but also provides 1080p output resolution via HDMI. It also offers stand-alone video and audio recording and supports a capture area of 15" x 11".
Other features include:
The new Lumens PS660 includes drivers for Mac OS X and Windows. It will sell for $1,995; a specific ship date was not available at press time. Further information can be found here.
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