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Casio Receive Tech and Learning’s Best of Show Award at ISTE 2019

Casio America, a pioneer in the digital projection space, is honored to declare that its Ultra Short Throw XJ-UT352WN and new Superior XJ-S400UN LampFree Projectors have earned Tech & Learning Best of Show Award at ISTE 2019. Casio’s projectors had been selected for their modern technology and affordability.

Tech and Learning ISTE Best of Show award receivers are chosen by a nameless panel of educator judges, who sought the exhibit corridor floor throughout the annual conference in Philadelphia. The products were rated on quality, effectiveness, ease of use, value, and creative use of know-how. The judges then met to resolve which products deserved to be named Best of Show.

“We’re thrilled our projectors had been titled Best of Show award recipients from the Tech & Learning group for their revolutionary features and unimaginable performance,” said Joe Gillio, Senior Director Strategic Planning and Marketing of Casio’s Enterprise Projector Department. “We’re devoted to delivering the best LampFree projection options which are both simple to use and power-efficient, and this award win is proof of that.”

Casio LampFree Superior XJ-S400UN and Ultra Show Throw XJ-UT352WN projectors are equipped with the Firm’s mercury-free Laser and LED hybrid light source to venture bright colors and detailed photos of as much as 300″ with no lamps to exchange and long-lasting efficiency of as much as 20,000 hours. LampFree projectors are easy to make use of, have a dust-resistant design that reduces frequent filter changes in dusty environments and use as much as 50% less electrical energy than typical lamp projectors. Further options include strong connectivity as well as Casio’s Educational Solutions bundle, which facilitates more straightforward use of projection in today’s classrooms.

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