As digital projectors continue to get smaller and brighter, and as prices continue to drop--with offerings now under $650 in the education market--experts project these devices are certain to become more prevalent in K-12 classrooms and could approach near ubiquity in university settings soon.

Projectors are now light enough to be carried easily from room to room; educators can toggle wireless control of the projector among students during classroom discussion; many are bright enough to run in classrooms without lowering the lights; and, on higher-end models, administrators can remotely control networked projectors to save energy and extend bulb life.



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