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Turning Technologies

announced the newest addition to its ResponseCard keypad product line, ResponseCard RF LCD. The new “clicker” device provides students with additional feedback during interactive polling via a small LCD screen. The LCD screen offers visual confirmation of selected response, channel setting, and battery life.www.turningtech nologies.com
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announces the SMART Slate WS200 wireless slate. SMART Slate enables teachers and students to interact with digital lessons projected on a screen, an interactive whiteboard, an interactive display, or an interactive pen display from anywhere in the classroom. SMART Slate charges via the USB cable and supports 10 languages. The addition of a third programmable button enables customization, and the eraser function on the battery-free, tethered pen makes annotating with digital ink even more intuitive than it was on the WS100.www.smarttech.com

RM ePad

RM ePad (www.RMeducation.com) interactive slate comes bundled with RM Easiteach so teachers can create and deliver engaging lessons with all the interactivity of a whiteboard from the palm of their hand. The RM ePad works with PowerPoint, any Internet browser, and all other classroom software. The unique hand straps make it easy to carry the RM ePad, and text entry is simple with the built-in keyboard. The wireless RF technology allows for 60 feet of unhindered movement. The LCD panel monitors the pad and pen battery, which provides more than 40 hours of use on one charge.

Hitachi Software Engineering www.hitachi-soft.com

announces the introduction of the StarBoard WT-1 Interactive Wireless Tablet. The new tablet has an interactive pen with two customizable buttons. The WT-1 features a range of up to 30 feet by deploying RF technology, and has a battery life of up to 16 hours of continuous use. The tablet includes 16 shortcut-function keys, handwriting recognition, search-engine integration, and a built-in LCD indicator screen to alert users of available battery life. Presenters can connect as many as seven WT-1 systems to a PC.

Lightspeed Technologies

Lightspeed Technologies (www.lightspeed-tek.com) has launched the Infrared Media Connector. This small wireless transmitter allows teachers to integrate multimedia sound into their teaching day and works with all Lightspeed infrared classroom audio systems, including the no-installation REDCAT. Teachers plug in their computer, iPod, or any other audio device and the signal is transmitted wirelessly to Lightspeed’s classroom audio system. The system then amplifies the sound and distributes it evenly throughout the classroom.