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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-F211WN

The Advanced Series XJ-F211WN projector provides vibrant colors and high brightness of 3500 lumens in WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution.
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New Jersey schools receive $10,000 to upgrade classroom technology
Posted on Friday, March 2, 2012
New Jersey schools receive $10,000 to upgrade classroom technology

NorthJersey.com recently reported that the Peter Cooper and Robert Erskine schools in Ringwood, New Jersey, each received $10,000 in grants from the Ringwood Education Foundation to upgrade their classroom technology.

REF president Erik Felton made the announcement last month at a board of education meeting, according to the news source.

"We have been fortunate enough to make these technology splashes to individual schools about every two years as funds allow," Felton said. "We hope these technology splashes will prepare our students for the future technology they will encounter in high school and college."

The news provider reported that Felton also thanked administrators, community members and teachers for their assistance with the technology initiative.

With cutting-edge technology, such as a tablet computer, a document camera or a classroom projector, schools can educate their students in exciting and unique ways.

According to the news source, REF was founded in 1993 by former board of education members and made a comeback in 1999 after a hiatus. The organization has supported many grants requested by local area teachers since its inception.

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