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Elizabeth Dourley — Apr 12, 2013
All current discussions around classroom technology (interactive projectors, whiteboards, iPads, smartphones, clickers, document cameras, 3D projectors, electronic textbooks etc.) must at least touch on the future of the keyboard more specifically, keyboarding as part of high school and community college curricula nationwide.more
Elizabeth Dourley — May 17, 2012
Hitachi America, Ltd., Digital Media Division, Business Solutions Group unveiled new Classroom and Conference Room 3LCD projectors: the CP-X2015WN, CP-WX2515WN CP-X2515WN, CP-X3015WN, CP-X4015WN and CP-WX3015WN.
The networking capability these models offer is important to schools and universities where multiple projectors are installed throughout buildings or over the whole campus. Hitachi's PJ Man software allows the tech guys to remotely monitor diagnostics including remaining lamp life so as to avoid classroom downtime.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Feb 10, 2012
One of the highlights of my CES experience last month was a visit to the InFocus suite. There I got a sneak peek at products that reaffirmed my belief in this Northwest pioneer of the industry. Of specific interest on this visit, however, was not a projector but the Mondopad. As my regular readers will attest to, I’ve been ranting about the superfluous nature of pricey interactive whiteboards for a couple of years now—ever since Epson released its first interactive projector. The Mondopad takes that rant to new heights as it puts a lot of other classroom technology tools in the hot seat and positions itself to be the new brain center of any wired classroom replacing white boards, PCs, touch panels, cameras, and video conferencing unitsmore