Acer projector puts lasers into classroom, meeting room

The K520's hybrid laser-LED technology delivers rich, bright images, and quadruples the lifespan of a typical bulb.

Dell dock brings gigabit wireless to classrooms, conference halls

The D5000 gives users control of multiple devices from a laptop, and the high speeds hold up in rigorous testing.

Christie projector ready to tackle government simulations

With 6,300 lumens of power, the new Matrix DLP model, is designed to deliver simulations in any environment.

NEC boosts LCD color matching with new displays

The backlit monitors provide better color precision that conventional LED screens.

An extra-wide display to solve the problem of multiple monitors

When working with multiple inputs that need to be displayed at the same time, NEC's 21-by-9 ratio monitor has the answers.

Christie projector puts Endeavour's final journey on the big screen

The company's Roadster DLP projector shows its strength in large settings.

Projectors light up large venues, with iOS, Android control

Epson's new PowerLight 4000 series produce enough lumens for just about any room and have an app that gives users full control from iOS and Android devices.

How to use Excel for on-the-spot analytics

New add-ons for the spreadsheet program can combine Census, weather and demographic data to aid evacuations in an emergency.

A widescreen monitor takes input from smart phones

NEC's 29-inch backlit LCD is ready for just about any input.

What would an agency do with Ultra HDTV?

Large-screen monitors with four, or even eight, times the resolution of HDTV are starting to appear. But are they worth the price?

Bright idea: Projectors that use lasers, not light bulbs

Panasonic's new Solid Shine series replace projectors’ biggest weakness -- the lamp -- with a laser-LED light source.

Epson's new projectors could brighten up the meeting or classroom

The upgraded PowerLite Pro series include projectors with features such as edge blending, 360-degree installation, optional lenses and several connectivity options.

Active and passive 3D: What's the difference, and which is better?

There are two types of technology for 3D displays, which are becoming more common in educational and government settings. The differences start with the glasses.

Epson enrolls new 3D projectors into the classroom

The company’s new models produce active and passive 3D displays, which can help increase student learning and retention.

Boxlight combines projector, interactive whiteboard in one

The ProtectoWrite3 lets users manipulate projected images while saving the changes to a PC, combining the best of both presentation worlds.

Are ultra high-res OLEDs finally ready for their close-up?

The thin, flexible light screens with 4K resolution are four times sharper than LED or LCD monitors, but they could find limited use at first.

Video-wall display cubes leverage LEDs

Christie's Entero HB video wall display cubes offer constant uptime for the 50- or 80-inch displays agencies use in their control rooms.