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Samsung Opto-Electronics America (www.samsung uf-130.com) announces the Samsung UF-130DX Presentation Station, a high-definition digital presenter with an onboard processor running Windows CE. The ability to work with several memory devices, such as compact flash cards, SD cards, and even USB flash drives, allows users not only to save their presentations but also to upload their files to the UF-130DX for playback. The UF-130DX is also networkable (via Ethernet 10/100). Attach any USB keyboard and mouse to access the Internet directly from the document camera. If a presentation was left behind on another system, use the UF-130DX Remote Desktop Control to access a remote PC via a campus network to download the file. Also unique to the UF- 130DX is the ability to provide live dual outputs from the document camera as well as the input source. These live displays can be sent to several monitors for side-by-side viewing or overlaid on a single display for picture-in-picture viewing.
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Put to the Test: Samsung UF-130DX Digital Presenter

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

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Samsung announces new grant

Samsung Techwin America has implemented a grant program, “Focus on Learning,” that it will offer 50 Samsung 850DX document cameras to American K 12 teachers based on need. All K 12 teachers in the U.S. are eligible to apply applications

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Samsung announces new grant

Samsung Techwin America has implemented a grant program, “Focus on Learning,” that it will offer 50 Samsung 850DX document cameras to American K 12 teachers based on need. All K 12 teachers in the U.S. are eligible to apply applications