Samsung Electronics America (www.samsung.com) launched the Samsung 650TS (shown), a 65-inch LCD touchscreen, and the Samsung 650FP, a 65-inch LCD screen. The Samsung 650TS and 650FP are Samsung’s first 65-inch large-format displays. The 650TS is an interactive whiteboard with a high-definition LCD touchscreen and communication features such as screen synchronization. It is compatible with widely used applications like Microsoft PowerPoint and Adobe PDF.
The Samsung UF 130DX Digital Presenter has 720i high definition wide screen document camera with windows CE built in. In a science class, a teacher could display a sample of an organism then using the PIP feature of this equipment
LG Electronics’ N4B1 Network Attached Storage (www.lgcommercial.com) is an NAS device with a built-in Blu-ray drive. The N4B1 offers advanced data management with data archiving and automatic disc back-up features. This unique drive has up to four TB of storage through four-bay configurations, allowing all a school’s data to be stored in the system without files having to be deleted to make room. The built-in Blu-ray rewriter serves as a secondary storage medium, with each disc holding between 25 and 50 GB for teachers, principals, or administrators who manage large amounts of data. When data are saved to the Blu-ray disc, the N4B1 automatically creates a catalog of the disc’s contents for easier archiving, streamlining work for the end-user
Sharp Electronics (SharpUSA.com/projectors) announced a special deal for schools: for every PG-F267X Projector purchased by K-12 educational end-user organizations between now and June 30, Sharp is offering a free “classroom pack” of 25 Sharp WriteView EL-W535B Educator Scientific Calculators, with an estimated total retail value of $325. Sharp’s PG-F267X is the company’s first short-throw DLP BrilliantColor professional projector, combining the high brightness and convenience of a short-throw design with the fine image quality and reliability of BrilliantColor DLP technology.
Samsung Electronics America, Inc. today announced major updates to Samsung School, its integrated one-to-one learning solution