Electronicwhiteboardswarehouse.com is proud to offer the ELMO iP-60 Visual Presenter, An all-in-one-type projector features 3,500 lumens of brightness and a unique top which enables instructors to place objects on a glass platen and see them on-screen.
Online PR News – 16-February-2010 – – Started a new office but you don’t have enough space for a projector? There is no need to worry about because Elmo IP-60 Visual Presenter has the solution for your problem.
This all-in-one projector makes sure that you make the best out of the measly square footage that you are entitled to. This Elmo Visual presenter has 3500 lumens of brightness and a sleek top that allows the operator to put the document on the glass platen with all the ease. Additionally the Elmo Visual Printer comes with a 4MP CCD sensor that is able to capture anything that you want to lay upon your audience. Moreover, this presenter has the ability to store about 32 documents at the same time in the built-in memory that it comes with.
Taking a look at some more specs of Elmo Visual Presenter, it has the zooming capability of 1 to 1.25x. Talking about the optical source, it has a 270W Super High-Pressure Mercury Lamp to give you the best results. The Elmo Visual Presenter has the capability of projecting up to 14m. Slim and sleek design of the presenter and the user friendly operations makes this presenter outstanding and long lasting as compared to the other presenters available in the market today.
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Clary Business Machines was established in San Diego in 1954 to market and service Clary adding machines and cash registers. The firm was first incorporated in 1974 and the management has changed once since then. Despite an ever-changing product mix, the company has maintained many old, well-established sales and service relationships with a large quantity of small to large commercial firms as well as government and public institutions. Today Clary's customer list read like "Who's who" in US commerce.