AceCad displayed its DigiMemo product, a digital notepad with memory that lets users write on paper, then store their notes on a PC and send the information via eMail. Users place any ordinary paper or notepad on the digital pad and write with a digital inking pen. The digital pad electronically records anything users write on a built-in storage device or an optional SD card.
Conterra Ultra Broadband promoted its Wide Area Network (WAN) services, which help schools and districts deploy high-speed networks applications, offer off-site continuing education curricula, implement voice-over-IP phone systems, increase classroom security, and consolidate and remotely manage IT systems.
JAR Systems displayed its JAR Remote Management Cart Solutions. Besides storing, charging, and moving laptops, these cart-based solutions give school districts the ability to manage all laptops remotely while they remain inside the mobile cart, the company says. This enables districts to install updates and programs on 20 to 30 laptops at a time, as opposed to taking each laptop out of the cart and manually installing updates one at a time. Even the task of imaging and or re-imaging laptops becomes faster and easier, reducing the total cost of ownership for school laptop programs, JAR Systems says.
NOVA Solutions showcased Downward Gaze, a classroom furniture product that lets computer users raise or lower their flat-panel display from beneath the desktop. A locking feature also provides security.
OKI Printing Solutions announced a giveaway for its C6100dn color printer. The printer can print color pages in as fast as 11 seconds and prints up to 1,200 by 600 dpi.
PARAT Solutions introduced the PARADIDACT, a new mobile IT lab for schools and universities that use Apple MacBooks. The product offers centralized power management, integrated original MagSafe power adapters that automatically charge all MacBooks, a built-in AirPort Extreme wireless access point, and more.