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Video: New student response system demonstrated

 Educators attending the Texas Computer Education Association Conference this February will have the opportunity to try out the company’s newest hardware release – the Q6 student response system.
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Educators attending the Texas Computer Education Association Conference this February will have the opportunity to squeeze in hands-on time with the company’s newest hardware release – the Q6 student response system.

Available for pre-order in late March of this year, the system offers a keypad similar to a cell phone, text input and a larger LCD screen to view full responses. The small, ergonomic radio frequency remotes allow each student to communicate with the teacher from up to 328 feet away and are durability-tested to withstand the rigors of the classroom.

Watch the system in action, below or on YouTube.

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