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Washington District Adopts Hitachi CP-TW2503 Projectors

The District’s Technology Committee evaluated the effect of technology in the classroom and determined that a good computer, connected to a projection system, had the biggest impact on the largest number of students.
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The Peninsula School District of Gig Harbor, Washington, made up of three high schools, four middle schools and eight elementary schools, has Hitachi CP-TW2503 projectors installed in 43 classrooms throughout the District.

The District’s Technology Committee evaluated the effect of technology in the classroom and determined that a good computer, connected to a projection system, had the biggest impact on the largest number of students.

“We have been installing projectors in classrooms for five years,” said Debra Wolfley, Purchasing and Inventory Clerk for Peninsula School District Technical Services. “Hitachi provides an image that is bright and crisp – better than any other brand of projector we’ve used or tested and is perfect for daytime use. Hitachi’s ultra short throw CP-TW2503 is the best option for those classrooms needing a ceiling mounted projector.”

For more information on Hitachi projectors, visit www.hitachi-america.us/projectors

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