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570 Mt. Pleasant Avenue
Dover, NJ 07801
United States

Casio, Inc.

Casio, the leader in LampFree® Projectors, utilizes a unique Laser & LED hybrid light source technology for amazing high brightness and performance. The reliable LampFree® light source has an estimated life of 20,000 hours and eliminates the risk of downtime due to mercury lamp failure. With no mercury lamp to replace, Casio projectors are earth-friendly and have a significantly lower TCO.

Model: XJ-V10X

The Casio CORE Series incorporates essential features with Casio’s Industry Leading LampFree® Technology to create a budget friendly LampFree® projector.
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Illinois high school set for iPad pilot program
Posted on Monday, February 6, 2012
Illinois high school set for iPad pilot program

The Apple iPad is no longer considered strictly a consumer device as more schools nationwide are adopting the sleek mobile technology.

New Trier High School in Illinois plans to adopt a pilot program next fall that would allow its students to use iPads in the classroom and in their homes. If the initiative is successful, the school will implement the program on a greater scale.

"We see a future, maybe five or seven years down the road, where every student has one of these," said New Trier technology director Chris Johnson recently told the school board.

Devices like the iPad certainly provide students with new learning capabilities, but other classroom technology can help them further their potential. For example, a document camera, an interactive whiteboard or an HDMI projector can expose children to new ways to comprehend information.

According to a TribLoca report, Johnson also told the school committee that New Trier already has some classes that offer the iPad to students. The technology director also noted that as the program stands, children cannot continue learning from the Apple device at the end of the school day, which will be addressed with the fall pilot program.

 
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