AVer Introduces Three New Products at the Future of Education Technology Conference
AVer Information Inc., a leading provider of innovative educational and business technology solutions, launches three new products at the Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC) in Orlando, Florida. The addition of these products expands the current line of X Series charging solutions and Mechanical Arm document cameras.
The X30i and X42i charging solutions add to AVer’s newer line of X Series solutions. Powering student devices with the ability to manage Chromebooks, laptops, and tablets, the X30i, and X42i use AVer’s advanced charging algorithm to keep devices ready for classroom use. Both solutions also come fully equipped with AVer’s patented cable management system and are perfect for larger classrooms, shared cart classrooms, or 1:1 learning.
"The X Series line was created to provide educators with a charging solution that combines our top features with the best value. The launch of X30i and X42i will provide educators with our most advanced charging technology, patented cable management, and best-in-class service and warranty program to better manage classroom devices,"
In addition to the X30i and X42i, AVer will also be adding to their current line of mechanical arm document cameras with the addition of the M17-13M. With this document camera, educators can engage students like never before and capture all materials from textbooks, science experiments, and 3D objects to stream in real-time to share with the entire class. Additionally, the M17-13M document camera still comes with AVer’s best-in-class service and warranty program.
All products will be on display again next week in San Antonio, Texas for TCEA. Visit AVer at booth #463 to be one of the first to see these products and get a live demo!
"The launch of the M17-13M document camera continues AVer’s commitment to offering innovative products for educators. We designed this product to be incredibly compact but still provide 13-megapixel clarity, high frame rate, and the ability to easily connect and utilize this camera with additional classroom technology, such as interactive flat panels and laptops,"