AV & Presentation


AVer Information Unveils Interactive Wireless Pens

AVer Information has released its AP20t and AP20s Student Pack, interactive pens that use 2.4 GHz wireless technology.

Epson Intros High-Brightness LCD Projectors

Epson has unveiled two high-light-output portable LCD projectors with image correction features, built-in audio capabilities, and support for HDMI video.

Califone Releases Mobile Device-Capable PA System

Califone has unveiled the PA419 PA system, which includes a dock for iPhone and iPod devices to stream or download digital audio files.

InFocus Ships Lightweight 3D-Ready Projectors

InFocus has started shipping two new models in its 1100 series of portable DLP projectors, both weighing in at less than 3 pounds.

KISS Me, Please

At InfoComm 2011, simplicity characterized the new products for higher ed. Thank goodness for that.



Acer Ships Interactive Short-Throw Projector

Acer has started shipping a sub-$1,000 DLP short-throw projector that can act as an interactive whiteboard and project images from 19.2 inches from the screen.

WolfVision Rolls Out Low-Profile HD Visualizer

WolfVision has rolled out a new portable HD visualizer with camera, lighting system, and controls built directly into the unit's arm.

InFocus Launches Sub-$400 Projectors

InFocus has rolled out a new series of entry-level 3D-ready projectors with a total of six models, two of them selling for less than $400.

San Diego State To Roll Out New Wave of Classroom Clickers

San Diego State University is shifting to a new classroom response system five years after standardizing on its old one. This time it will be i>clicker2 from Macmillan's i>clicker division.

How Do You Grade a Presentation Minus Content?

Faced with presentation after presentation in dimmed classrooms, I have become bothered by one set of circumstances: A student with great intentions spends an exorbitant amount of time putting together a fantastic presentation but fails to include all of the materials I believe should be there. Based solely on content, the student receives a terrible grade and doesn't reap the reward for the hours spent creating the presentation. But there may be a way to rectify this.