AverMedia announces AverVision CP300


avervision-cp300.jpgAverMedia has just released its new AverVision CP300 Interactive Portable Document Camera, featuring network sharing capability that allows the presenter to access live images while controlling the document camera from any classroom or location on a school campus. In addition, this new design comes with revamped interactive software as well as enhanced image quality for a better overall user experience. The CP300 is capable of displaying documents, 3-D objects, microscopic images, and more through virtually any multimedia projector, monitor or TV in order to enhance the learning and retention rate for all classroom subjects.

Imagine conducting a dissection for all students in 5th grade without having them grouped in a single room – this makes the school more efficient, and less time is wasted on students shuffling their way from one room to another. Since each classroom will be able to access and view the live demonstration of a dissection, they will also be able to control the document camera from right where they are, with functions like annotation, image capture, video recording, zoom, and more being made available. Other features include a new FlexArm design with a patented camera head locking mechanism that increases portability while adding security to the camera head , regardless of whether it is being stored or moved from class to class. AverMedia has thrown in a 3.2 megapixel camera sensor into the fray with AutoFocus for superior image quality compared to previous iterations. Presentation features also include AVerBox and AVerVisor that offers additional demonstration tools not found in any other document camera.

According to Szu Wang, Product Manager for AVerMedia Technologies, Inc., “The new AVerVision CP300 Portable Document Camera is a groundbreaking classroom presentation solution, combining many features of other interactive classroom products in one new patented design. The network sharing capability, combined with the enhanced software and exceptional video clarity offers a one-stop lesson demonstration tool.” The AVerVision CP300 is already readily available, retailing for $799.99 each.

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