In case you missed us at InfoComm, we announced our latest lineup of 3LCD, Laser Ultra Short Throw projectors which will be here this summer. Check out the LP-AW4001 and LP-AW3001, interactive model info coming soon.
Thank you so much for everyone who came to visit us in Orlando at InfoComm 2017! We love the opportunity to see so many of our customers in one place. We hope you enjoyed what we highlighted in our “Hitachi City” booth. For those who couldn’t make it, here’s a recap of what was on display:
New laser and LED Projectors – LP-WU3500, LP-WU9750B, LP-WU6600, LP-WU6500, LP-WU9100B
New Interactive Flat Panel Displays – 65″, 75″, 86″
Lenses – USL-901, Portrait Converter, FL-710, FL-920, FL-910, SL-902
Projectors – CP-WU8700, CP-WU5506M, CP-TW3005, CP-WU9100B
New models will be added to our website soon, stay tuned!
Five years ago Henderson Middle School didn’t have much to say when it came to technology. The classrooms were outfitted with chalkboards and erasers, which principal Hardy Dotson found uninspiring to the students’ learning process. “My vision was for teachers and students to use interactive technology together,” says Dotson. “From a student participation standpoint we needed some hands-on applications and lessons that would inspire the kids to participate in class. “Now every classroom in Henderson Middle School is equipped with an interactive projector.”
Hitachi CP-TW2503 Projectors Improve Student Learning at Peninsula Public Schools
“We have been installing projectors in classrooms for five years,” said Debra Wolfley, Purchasing and Inventory Clerk for Peninsula School District Technical Services. “Hitachi provides an image that is bright and crisp – better than any other brand of projector we’ve used or tested and perfect for daytime use. Hitachi’s ultra short throw CP-TW2503 is the best option for those classrooms needing a ceiling mounted projector.”
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Looking to keep up with rapidly evolving educational technology, Nauset Public Schools in Nauset, Massachusetts chose Hitachi CP-TW2503 interactive projectors to bridge the gap from old to new. With the installation of the Hitachi interactive projectors, the children at the Nauset Public Schools have become far more engaged and excited about learning.
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