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Plasma displays have gone interactive. The Promax InSync PDP 100 is an annotation system that comes with a 50-inch Samsung plasma display with WXGA resolution, and three electronic pens and an eraser. An instructor is able to write, annotate, or highlight directly onto the screen with a finger or pen. Buttons provide quick access to most-often used functions, and multiple signal input/ outlet terminals offer multiple connectivity options. When the device is connected to a network, online chatting and discussion can be achieved. The plasma display is $8,999; the module with an intelligent pen tray is $3,995. An authorized dealer can provide an education price. For more information, visit www.promax-tech.com.

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Title Annotation:WHAT'S NEW
Author:Varughese, Julie A.
Publication:University Business
Date:Nov 1, 2005
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