Today's Newsletter: ISTE Isn't The Only Show in Town

6/19/2014 12:00:00 AM
What better way to warm up for ISTE next week than a dose of Infocomm in Las Vegas? The show is the largest professional AV show in the world, with more than 950 exhibitors and 35,000+ attendees from over 110 countries. And while you won’t find much in the way of education-specific applications, you will find a lot of the cutting-edge hardware that will eventually find its way to the classroom - new generations of Epson  and Hitachi  projectors, BenQ’s interactive touch displays  and eyecandy like 4k screens. Of course, the show is also a good place to first identify fads: What happened to 3D anyway? —Kevin Hogan, Content Director
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