The third and final day of InfoComm 2008 ended with record-breaking attendance of 34,687 and a focus on using technology to give students the best possible educational experience while in the classroom.


A big push this year seemed to be products designed for and around digital visual interface (DVI), which maximizes the quality of digital displays, and high-definition multimedia interface (HDMI), which is an audio/visual connector interface.


HDMI connects digital audio/video sources such as personal computers and video game consoles to compatible digital audio devices and video monitors.


Extron Electronics announced more than 20 new products for integrating DVI and HDMI sources and

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