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NEC VT700 Projector NEC VT700
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500:1 Contrast Ratio
3000 Lumens
6.4 lbs
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$1,599 MSRP
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With seven new schools in the last ten years, Chandler Unified School District is one of the fastest-growing districts in Arizona. Located in the southeastern part of the Phoenix metropolitan area, Chandler endeavors to transform its 23,000 K-12 students into lifelong learners and responsible citizens.

The Challenge
Fifth grade teacher Ken Zarnick and the other teachers in the Chandler Unified School District wanted to capture their students' attention as soon as they entered the classroom, but their visual equipment was doing little to help. The district used a costly distributed video system, along with TV/CRT monitors in the classrooms.

The district needed to revolutionize the way instruction is presented. Chandler decided to invest in technology, making its schools some of the most advanced in the country.

The Solution
Since the integration of technology into the classrooms is a top priority, Chandler purchased NEC Solutions' VT Series LCD projectors to supplement teaching with visuals to inspire imagination and creativity, as well as enhance the learning experience.

"The thing I like about the LCD projector is how it has helped keep me organized," Zarnick said. "I have many items scanned into different folders. When we need to go over them I can pull them up for the class to see."

Chandler's teachers tested the NEC projectors and were impressed by their versatility, portability and ease of operation. In addition, following a cost analysis, NEC's projection technology was less expensive than a 32-inch monitor with a scan converter and the necessary equipment to hang it. Since the NEC VT Series projectors are bright enough to project a readable 100-inch diagonal image in a classroom, students would no longer need to huddle around the monitors and strain to see like they had before.

Chandler purchased 700 of NEC's VT Series projectors for its 27 schools. Placed on carts and accompanied by a VCR, DVD player and a speaker for surround sound, one of these complete media carts is allotted for every other classroom in the elementary schools and one for every three rooms in the high schools.

Since the integration of technology into the classrooms is a top priority, Chandler purchased NEC Solutions' VT Series LCD projectors to supplement teaching with visuals to inspire imagination and creativity, as well as enhance the learning experience.

"The thing I like about the LCD projector is how it has helped keep me organized," Zarnick said. "I have many items scanned into different folders. When we need to go over them I can pull them up for the class to see."

Chandler's teachers tested the NEC projectors and were impressed by their versatility, portability and ease of operation. In addition, following a cost analysis, NEC's projection technology was less expensive than a 32-inch monitor with a scan converter and the necessary equipment to hang it. Since the NEC VT Series projectors are bright enough to project a readable 100-inch diagonal image in a classroom, students would no longer need to huddle around the monitors and strain to see like they had before.

Chandler purchased 700 of NEC's VT Series projectors for its 27 schools. Placed on carts and accompanied by a VCR, DVD player and a speaker for surround sound, one of these complete media carts is allotted for every other classroom in the elementary schools and one for every three rooms in the high schools.