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Alliance International Introduces the iV-200E Document Camera  

Alliance International, a distributor and manufacturer of AV equipment based in San Diego, has introduced a digital document camera with 2 million pixels and special software for scanning and annotation. The camera easily displays documents clearly enough to read 8-point type when connected to a data projector or large-screen display....

Disc Makers' Pico Brings Automated CD and DVD Duplication to the Masses  

Disc Makers, a manufacturer of CD and DVD duplicators, has released the Pico, a powerful single-drive automated CD/DVD duplicator at an MSRP of $699. With this release, Disc Makers brings affordable DIY duplication to everyone—giving musicians, filmmakers, teachers, digital photographers, and small-business owners a chance to buy the latest technology at a price that fits nicely in their budget. The Pico joins the popular MicroUltra in Disc Makers' line—the first large form-factor automated DVD to hit the market for under $1,000....

PLUS Vision Corp. of America Introduces Projector with Dual Color Mode Technology 

PLUS Vision Corporation of America http://www.plus-america.com, the leader in lightweight, mobile projector technology, raises the bar in the industry with the introduction of its V-339. The DLP projector with patent-pending Dual Color Mode technology is the first projector that can switch between two color modes for optimal color-usage. This 2.8-pound 1300 lumen projector is ideal for home or business use within industry segments like healthcare, pharmaceutical, architecture, design, photography, education or government....

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When considering the largest existing market opportunity for video surveillance systems, J.P. Freeman Co., a leading...

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Plus Vision Introduces Dual-Color-Mode Projector 

Plus Vision raises the bar in the projection industry with the introduction of its V-339. According to the company, its DLP projector with patent-pending Dual Color Mode technology is the first projector that can switch between two color modes for optimal color usage. This 2.8lb., 1300-lumen projector is ideal for home or business use within industry segments like health care, pharmaceutical, architecture, design, photography, education, and government. With an award-winning design, the V-Series projector allows users to push a single button to switch color-wheel configurations between presentation and premium video applications. For business presentations, a four-segment color wheel, “dynamic mode,” consisting of red, green, blue, and white color segments can be used. For home use or business applications, when more vibrant color saturation is required, the projector can be switched to the six-segment color wheel, “vivid mode,” which has a red-green-blue-red-green-blue configuration....

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