TCEA 2013: New school AV and presentation tools

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February 20, 2013 – Mimio announced several new products at TCEA, including its first projector series (called simply the Mimio Projector), which is available in three models: an interactive version that works with a single pen; another interactive version that works with two pens simultaneously for multi-user input; and a regular projector that can be upgraded to an interactive version through a simple, snap-in device—giving schools an easy path for upgrading later if they choose.

Mimio also unveiled a new version of its Mimio Studio software, which adds support for multiple users, as well as touch and gesture inputs (such as zooming, rotating, and swiping)—and the company said its software is now platform agnostic, meaning schools can use it with interactive whiteboards from any manufacturer.

What’s more, Mimio introduced the next generation of its Mimio Pad interactive slate, featuring a pen that doesn’t require batteries, as well as a free iPad app called Mimio Mobile, which gives iPad users the same functionality as users of the Mimio Pad. The company’s goal is to give schools an easy way to create dynamic, interactive classrooms—no matter what ed-tech devices or infrastructure they might have, Mimio said. The Mimio Mobile app will be available for downloading from Apple’s App Store on Feb. 28.

 

About Mimio

Mimio is a global leader in interactive teaching technologies that offer a better way to learn and an empowering way to teach. As part of Newell Rubbermaid's global portfolio of leading brands, Mimio designs innovative, affordable educational technologies and solutions to increase effectiveness and engagement in K-12 classrooms. For more information, visit mimio.com.

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