LG's new "SmartVine" network monitors, Network Attached Storage and digital display solutions - introduced here this week at the 2009 National Education and Computing Conference - help schools display, store and share information.
LG Electronics' SmartVine monitors allow up to 11 users to connect to a single PC with each user running their own applications (NComputing PCI Card Kit required and sold separately). SmartVine monitors use virtual desktop software to connect to an existing PC and redistribute that computer's resources to several users simultaneously.
Also on display at NECC is LG's Networked Attached Storage (model N4B1), the world's first NAS device with a built-in Blu-rayT rewriter. The N4B1 is a cost-effective way for teachers and education administrators to securely save confidential student information and curriculum documentation.
LG's sleek 720p 42-inch class and Full HD 1080p 47-inch class LCD monitors (models M4212C* and M4714C*) offer widescreen HD capable monitors for use in almost any environment from corporate reception areas to education settings.
For more information, please visit www.LGcommercial.com.