AVerMedia has launched two new high-definition videoconferencing systems offering 720p/30 HD video, content sharing capabilities, and support for a wide range of standards and formats.
Epson has unveiled six LCD projectors for use in medium to large education venues. The new projectors, which debuted last week, are part of the PowerLite Pro and PowerLite 4000 series.
LightSpeed Technologies, a company that specializes in educational audio equipment, has launched a classroom AV system that offers sound amplification, wireless microphone capabilities, and an AV switch that sends both audio and video signals over Cat-5 cables.
Black Box, a company that offers KVM switches, AV cabinets and racks, digital signage devices, and network services, has rolled out a new USB-based KVM switch that allows control of up to four computer systems.
Crestron has unveiled a new device that combines with the iPad to supply hard buttons for mobile room control.
BrightSign, a company specializing in kiosk controllers and digital signs, has rolled out two wireless high-definition digital signage controllers.
Graphics software developer SmartDraw has released an update to its presentation tool, SmartDraw VP.
Crestron has rolled out a new Power over Ethernet switch that connects with up to 23 PoE-compatible devices.
InFocus has unveiled two short-throw DLP projectors with capabilities similar to those of an interactive whiteboard ... minus the whiteboard.
NEC has launched three new high-brightness LCD projectors designed for classroom use. The new units are all portable models, weighing in at about 6.4 pounds and offer a lamp life of 6,000 hours in economy mode.