The latest and greatest projector announcements

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Casio 4K Ultra HD Projector


This new lamp-free model features 5000 lumens brightness, with potential for advanced image-processing tech and high-speed switching of more than 4 million DMD (digital micromirror devices) with the installation of a DLP chip. The ability to project 8.3 M pixels and achieve 4K Ultra HD res will paint a pretty picture on any classroom wall.

Epson Brightlink Interactive Projector


This interactive ultra short throw projector carries a more affordable initial layout being a lamp-based option, rather than SSI (Solid State light engine). It still features multi-point interactivity, allowing multiple students to draw with pen and finger and can save a session to share with parents or use as study guide and its 3800 color and white lumens will cut through ambient light.

Boxlight Pen-Interactive Projector


This interactive projector brings short throw projected images and collaborative areas to classrooms. Up to five students can work together at the front of the room. The full-featured projector comes complete with the award-winning MimioStudio classroom software and three free MimioMobile device connections, allowing teachers to perform collaboration and assessment activities at the front of the room with almost any student device. Additionally, the projectors’ analog and digital audio/video connections ensure compatibility with virtually any PC.

BenQ BlueCore Laser Projector


For those wrestling with larger classroom and auditoriums, this laser projector delivers 8000 ANSI-lumen brightness and 100,000:1 contrast ratio for superior viewing even under bright ambient lighting. The BlueCore laser engine provides great color performance through a dual color wheel system, supports 360° and portrait installation, offering a selection of lenses for flexibility in projector placement options.



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As InfoComm ( gets ready to kick off next month in Orlando, Tech & Learning highlights some of the newest projectors for K-12.