July 2012 Newsletter

Mitsubishi is introducing their new interactive projector to the masses—the WD385U-EST. This interactive projector is one of the first extreme short throw projectors to use a lens instead of mirrors to attain shorter throw distances. You can place the projector only 25 inches off the surface to project an amazing 80” image without distortion and no shadows. Moving the projector further back, you can have a screen up to 180” diagonal. Just like with other interactive projectors, any surface can be turned into an interactive screen—whiteboards, chalkboards, you name it.

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April 2012 Newsletter

The Epson BrightLink interactive projector is in a class all its own. With the flexibility of being able to use on almost any surface, the ultra-short throw design eliminates many of the common problems with the interactive boards such as shadowing and eye glare are minimized. The short throw also allows an image to project up to 113” from as close at 3 feet from the image surface. The BrightLink has a seamless integration with the Windows Vista® and Windows 7 operating systems. Also, the BrightLink is cross-compatible with most instructional software applications including SMART Notebook. For schools that do not already have an education software program, RM Easiteach can be added on as the curriculum software.

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March 2012 Newsletter

No board. Just a wall and a projector. That is the idea behind the latest additions to the Interactive Projector family from 2 of the leaders in interactive education and corporate technology: Epson and SMART Technologies. With the ultra short throw design, many of the common problems with the interactive boards such as shadowing and eye glare are minimized. The short throw allows you to project large images up to 113” from as close at 3 feet from the image surface.

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