Classroom Technology | ISTE 2014 Coverage
PolyVision Ships Dual Writing & Projection Surface for Classrooms
The PolyVision e3 CeramicSteel duo
PolyVision this week launched a new surface that's designed both for projection and for writing.
The PolyVision e3 CeramicSteel duo is designed to reduce ghosting and minimize glare to help reduce reading stress from any angle and allow educators to write on the surface without needing to block out ambient light.
The PolyVision e3 CeramicSteel duo will debut at the ISTE 2014 conference in the Steelcase Education booth (1140) and the Best Rite booth (3242). Additional details can be found at polyvision.com.
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