The annual tech-fest known as the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is taking place Jan. 6- 9 in Las Vegas, and companies new and old have already unveiled their latest bells and whistles. Here are 10 newly introduced products with the most potential for education.
Modules that can be purchased separately will turn the new ThinkPad X1 into a laptop, projector or 3D camera.
NEC Display Solutions has introduced two new displays that allow users to control as many as six displays at once.
Texas A&M University has created a new computer-aided virtual environment for building information modeling that lets construction science students view immersive 3-D models of their building plans.
With NEC’s new MultiSync E705-DNT display, up to 19 participants and a leader can present content simultaneously using any device they want.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas has added a 12-display video wall to its student recreation and wellness center.
The new Canon 4K projector is designed for situations in which very high resolution and bright output are required.
University of California Riverside has installed a video wall featuring 49 displays in an effort to encourage student participation.
The company will award up to 15 schools with a new active learning classroom valued at $62,000.
The Nureva Span system lets students create content on their devices and then move it to a larger digital display board.