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2012 Most Innovative Product: Premier Mounts FPS-300 LCD Sliders 

These Premier Mounts FPS-300 LCD Sliders glide displays horizontally along a mounted track with the option to move vertically as well. ...

2012 Most Innovative Product: Polycom RealPresence Mobile 

We picked RealPresence Mobile because even the telco people think it’s innovative because of the way it brings HD videoconferencing to more than a dozen iOS and Android devices....

2012 Most Innovative Product: Planar PCT2785 Helium monitor  

The Planar PCT2785 Helium 27in. Windows 8 touchscreen monitor is the first of a planned Planar lineup. ...

2012 Most Innovative Product: Jupiter Canvas 

This multi-point video system integrates with the modern conveniences of the cloud—and allows collaborators who are anywhere on any device to share and write on imagery on the big mothership videowall at HQ....

2012 Most Innovative Product: Interphase Penveu 

There’s a theme here—just as the Epson interactive projector can turn any surface into a screen, this little penveu device can do the same....

2012 Most Innovative Product: Epson EB-475Wi 

The Epson EB-475Wi ultra short-throw projector turns any flat surface into a large interactive display—with dual pen control, supported by new “hover” detection technology that can accurately detect the position of the pen when not in contact with the projection surface. ...

2012 Most Innovative Product: Da-lite IDEA Screen 

Da-Lite brought out the Interactive Dry Erase Application (IDEA) Screen—a dual-purpose projection screen and writable market board combination. ...

2012 Most Innovative Product: Barco ClickShare 

Barco ClickShare is the simplest ever wireless presentation and collaboration system. ...

2012 Most Innovative Product: AMX Modero X Series Touchpanels 

The pretty—and pricey—Modero X series touchpanels are elegant and panoramic, with an iOS swipe interface for the kind of trendy, ease-of-use that feels lux and familiar in high-end corporate offices. ...

Display Monitors 
By Bennett Liles
Larger screens and shrinking prices have kept the market for display monitors very active and the wide range of video formats and features expected by users still pose a challenge to manufacturers. ...

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