Epson DC-06 document camera
Epson America has just released its new document camera known as the Epson DC-06 which is able to deliver flexibility, ease-of-use and affordability to today’s K-12 classroom. This $399 device comes with an easy USB connection which enables educators and teachers alike to hook up to one of the new feature-rich Epson PowerLite 85, 825 and 826W projectors or alternatively, to a computer using included software for easy operation. The Epson DC-06 document camera will come with XGA resolution that allows you to show off detailed reproductions within a 10.7″x 14.3″ capture area, making it a snap for educators to share information from text books, journals, models, and even 3D objects to keep students riveted to the
Apart from coming in a compact design, the Epson DC-06 offers the perfect fit for smaller classrooms with limited space. Nice to know it is lightweight as well, making it a snap for teachers to transport it between classrooms, either that or they could always enlist the help of their students to do so instead of having the latter loaf around classes while waiting for the next teacher to drop by. According to Heather Litus Johnston, product manager, Epson Projection, Epson America, “The new Epson DC-06 document camera provides teachers with the plug-and-play connectivity options they’ve been looking for. Through our relationships with educators, we’ve developed the DC-06 to meet the requirements they are looking for to make classroom learning more interactive, easy and fun at a price schools can afford.”
You can expect to see the Epson DC-06 document camera released will be available in May 2009 via national resellers, pro audio/visual dealers, mail order, and distribution. Each purchase of the DC-06 document camera will come with a two-year limited warranty with a couple of elite technical support services – Epson PrivateLine phone support to directly access an expedited support telephone line via a phone card as well as a replacement program that includes product exchange in one business day for most cases.