Boxlight to debut standard, interactive laser and bulb projectors at ISTE

June 29th, 2016

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New P12 line of projectors offers models for every classroom budget and need, including laser projectors, touch projectors, and combinations of both

Boxlight will be unveiling its new line of P12 projectors at the 2016 ISTE Conference & Expo in Denver, Colorado. Attendees will be able to see live demos of the touch projectors by visiting the Boxlight booth (#3311).

Scheduled to start shipping in late June, the product line offers educators four easy ways to bring stunning visuals to classroom instruction. In addition to a standard projector, the line includes laser, laser HD, and laser ultra-wide projectors. A full list of all 12 P12 interactive touch projectors, as well as stylus-only and non-interactive models, is available at

Stevan Vigneaux, Director of Product Management for Boxlight, drew special attention to three models: the P12L ultra-short-throw laser projector, the P12LU laser ultra-wide projector and the P12B ultra-short-throw projector.

“The reality is that many schools are in the infancy stage of outfitting classrooms with large interactive displays,” he said. “These three models give teachers the ability to create large, touch-enabled areas that will allow up to 10 students to collaborate while engaging with clear, beautifully detailed images that are large enough to be seen from every part of the classroom.”

• The P12B ultra-short-throw displays interactive images as large as 110 inches,
• The P12L touch projector shows interactive images as large as 115 inches, and
• The P12LU creates interactive images as large as 140 inches.

In addition, the P12L and P12LU projectors’ laser illumination saves time and resources – there are no lamps to fail, and no lamps to change. And the projectors’ 20-year laser life span reduces maintenance worries.

All P12 interactive projectors are full-featured hardware and software solutions that include the award-winning MimioStudio™ classroom software and three MimioMobile™ connections. When the projectors are used with the software and a MimioMobile classroom version, teachers can perform collaboration and assessment activities at the front of the room or on almost any student device. Additionally, the projectors’ analog and digital audio/video connections ensure compatibility with virtually any PC, and users can employ them with Mac, Windows or Linux OS.

“Our primary goal has always been to give schools a complete range of choices when it comes to equipping the modern classroom,” said Vigneaux. “So in addition to the four major selections, the P12 line includes projectors for every budget and every need – pen-based interactivity, touch-based interactivity, and standard, non-interactive models.”


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