The term LED has been bouncing around, lighting up marketing-speak for some time.
Maxell Pro AV today announced the expansion of its laser projector lineup with the compact, lightweight 3LCD J Series projectors for class and conference room environments.
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These 3LCD interactive laser displays provide 5,000 lumens of color and white brightness and a virtually maintenance-free 20,000-hour laser light source with no lamps.
Sony will showcase end-to-end products including network cameras, professional displays and projectors, as well as solutions that incorporate video learning, artificial intelligence (AI) technology and lecture capture capabilities.
BenQ will feature its latest display solutions for higher education institutions at EDUCAUSE, Oct. 14-17, at the McCormick Place West in Chicago.
In addition to its range of laser display solutions, Epson will be featuring its business inkjet printers that aim to bring low-cost color printing to educational institutions.
The Maxell MP-WU5603 and MP-WX5603 feature 6,000 ANSI lumen brightness, while the Maxell MP-WU5503 features 5,000 ANSI lumen brightness.
BenQ will host live demonstrations of its family of RP Series Interactive Flat Panels (IFP), Blue Core 4K UHD HDR laser projectors, PointWrite™ interactive technology, and the newly launched secure and software-free WDC10-C USB-C InstaShow™ wireless presentation system.
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