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New Portable Document Camera Records Without Computer

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September 30, 2009

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 AVerMedia® Information, Inc.,  provider of digital presentation technology, announced today the release of the new AVerVision 355AF portable interactive document camera. This mechanical arm display device offers a full 1080p High Definition output and 5 mega pixel camera head, and is also the first document camera to offer one touch video and audio recording directly to a USB flash drive without the need of a computer. At any point, the user can start recording video with audio through the on-board microphone directly to a USB flash drive or SD card for creating podcasts or posting demonstrations for students on a website.

The new
AVer+ object-oriented software is available for both MAC and PC systems and accompanies all new AVerMedia classroom solutions. AVer+ has new features for advanced annotation, project tools, screen capture, audio and visual recording, virtual transparency and network sharing for transmitting demonstrations to multiple locations over a Local Area Network. Lessons and demonstrations including captured images, notes and annotations can be saved as a project or exported in various formats.

For more information, visit www.avermedia-usa.com/presentation

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