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We’ve seen a continued level of growth in our lamp-free projectors this year, especially with our Core Series due to its competitive price point and brightness of up to 3,500 lumens brightness – making it ideal for classrooms and smaller seminar rooms
After a successful launch in the Summer this year, the Large Venue Series has been particularly popular with higher education and schools looking to introduce 4K UHD to larger audiences across their halls and lecture theatres. The demand for projectors in education remains high, as Casio’s Business Development Manager, John Dykes, explained: “We’ve seen a continued level of growth in our lamp-free projectors this year, especially with our Core Series due to its competitive price point and brightness of up to 3,500 lumens brightness – making it ideal for classrooms and smaller seminar rooms. The 4K XJ-L8300HN will be on display so that integrators can see the performance of its lamp-free design at this high resolution.” The Laser & LED hybrid light source across Casio’s entire projector range delivers an extremely low total cost of ownership, as the need to replace lamps is totally removed.  It also provides the opportunity to improve the end user’s environmental credentials, as power consumption is dramatically reduced and hazardous mercury is eliminated.

All of Casio’s range comes with a 5 year / 10,000 hour warranty and industry leading low total cost of ownership, offering total peace of mind and a hassle free solution to the end user.As well as the 4K Large Venue Series leading the collection of lamp-free projectors at the show, Casio will also have a ballet dancer to accompany the range.This, along with the combination of stunning images displayed by its projectors, will no doubt provide an impressive visual experience for visitors to the stand.

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Thanks in advance for completing this short survey, helping us to better understand educational AV requirements.

In return for your participation, Casio will enter everyone who completes the survey in a prize draw to win five new projectors for their establishment, worth £6,000!

Casio’s projectors are developed with the best in Laser & LED hybrid technology to give superior performance with better energy-efficiency, a mercury-free light source and no replacement parts. With minimal drop off in brightness and true colour representation, Casio projectors offer peace of mind in the classroom, with a five-year/10,000 hour warranty on both hardware and light source to match.

To take part in the short survey, click here.

Once again, thanks so much for your industry insight! Winner will be chosen at random after the closing date. Surveys must be completed by 15 January 2016.

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Adrift in a sea of targets, expectant customers, demanding Managing Directors, whimsical couriers and sweaty, desperate manufacturers, the daily grind can be a harrowing experience for even the most cheerful salesman. Welcome to the fraught world of the ICT sales company.

Welcome to IDNS Ltd, and a brief peek inside the engine room. To increase the pressure, technology is moving buying patterns and trends towards a silent, clinical process that seems to be eliminating the human aspect and replacing it with a joyless and transactional approach. Whilst this might be useful in the consumer arena, it is a genuinely unhealthy shift that could leave schools wide open to lazy procurement methods and the dreaded over-spend.

Of course, a busy bursar, head of IT or Business Manager does not have the time to spend all day on the phone trying to get a fiver off the price of a laptop. Equally, however, as much time can be spent browsing any of a thousand websites which becomes completely self-defeating. Many schools know this and do have a good supply chain in place, or use local authority frameworks to provide best value on their behalf. However, many schools have turned to the relative comfort of the web – understandable of course, and a well thought out website is appealing; IDNS have just invested an eye-watering sum of money into a new one and it is a very necessary piece of any company’s jigsaw. 

But, there is still the traditional option. One which IDNS in particular cherishes above all others.

That supplier I mentioned, sat at his desk with vast clumps of hair scattered around the floor and a litre of caffeine in his system by 10am? He’s not just some hawkish trinket pedlar searching for a fresh victim to bleed dry; nor is he a smug-faced, grinning chancer destined for his five minutes of fame being outed by Anne Robinson on Watchdog. Really. 

Using my own company IDNS as an example, most ICT companies are well trained, knowledgeable and largely friendly types who have a genuine service to offer and can actually introduce products that may well improve your school. A good supplier will do some research, find out what type of school you are and even tailor their approach to make sure they aren’t wasting anyone’s time – their offers are likely to be a good fit for your school’s ethos and roadmap. The internet is still some way from doing that, though Google are almost certainly working on it. 

There is one crucial element here that you may have guessed – it relies on a willingness to talk to suppliers, and even ones you ordinarily may avoid. For many, this has the same appeal as re-cabling your entire school on your own whilst being hit in the face with a rake, but it really can work. Even the most advanced websites won’t price match unless you are willing to pick up the phone – so why not just have the conversation to start with and save the time? IDNS has always thrived on this approach and it shows no signs of abating – if anything the increasingly crowded internet space is bringing people back to the landline…. 

Suppliers have manufacturers on bended knees at their front doors most days, eager to move their boxes of tin. As a leading provider of brands such as Casio, Clevertouch, CTouch, Toshiba, Lenovo and Samsung, IDNS have usually done the bulk of the negotiations even before you start the buying process. I’m trying to avoid the word haggle but in truth that is still an entirely valid way to get what you need and there is even a chance you might enjoy it. It sounds almost medieval in 2015 but the reliance on the internet always being cheapest is slightly dangerous, plus you may be missing out on those vital, value added extras that a human being can supply if it means winning that deal. 

It feels like I’m describing the death of a way of life, it’s not quite so dramatic, but that human contact is eroding and those who choose to ignore it altogether are definitely missing out.

Let’s talk. You never know…

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Casio Electronics Co. Ltd, pioneers of Laser & LED Hybrid light source technology, has today announced the launch of a new Ultra Short Throw (UST) Lamp and mercury-free projector.

Casio is the only projector manufacturer with a complete line-up of lamp and mercury-free products, the addition of the UST demonstrates Casio’s commitment to greener technology with an emphasis on low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and energy efficiency.

The UST projector is ideal for both replacement and new-build projects, and can be mounted close to the wall to create large, powerful presentations even in smaller rooms. The main benefit of UST projection is that it virtually eliminates shadowing on the screen allowing for more creative and interactive presentations.

Designed to deliver a more engaging and visually stimulating learning experience, the Casio UST will provide teachers and students with the ability to get up close and personal with their AV equipment. The product - which can project a large 80-inch image from a distance as near as 27 centimetres - has been created to virtually eliminate on-screen shadowing.

Phil Clark, Head of Projection at Casio commented: “Despite the constant drive by the government to improve the learning environment, we all know that budgets are tight and classroom space is limited - the new UST projector has been designed with this in mind.”

By offering a projector with lower TCO and reduced environmental impact – when compared to lamp-based competitor products – Casio believes that it offers users a great incentive to ‘go green.’

Clark continues: “From talking to our customers it became clear that the UST was the natural progression for our projector range. As the industry leader in green projection technology, Casio is delighted to unveil one the most highly anticipated AV products of the last three years.”

The Casio UST will be available from June 2014; all UK units will be shipped with a 5 year/ 10,000 hour hardware and light source warranty.

Design specifications:

  • Lamp-free, mercury-free, Laser & LED Hybrid light source technology
  • 3,100 ANSI lumens
  • Throw ratio 0.28:1
  • WXGA resolution (XGA switchable for retro-fit installations)
  • Five year/10,000 hour hardware and light source warranty for total peace of mind
  • Ideal for education and business environments
  • Reduced image shadowing allowing for a more dynamic and engaging learning experience
  • Low total cost of ownership (TCO) offering significant savings over the lifetime of the product
  • Low maintenance – reducing classroom downtime/ increasing teaching time
  • A wealth of connectivity options ensuring compatibility with new and existing installations

 

 

 

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For many teachers, professors and procurement staff, the British Educational Training and Technology Show (BETT) can be a daunting experience. So, to help you make sense of all the gadgets, jargon and acronyms at BETT 2014, Gemma Platt, product marketing manager at Casio provides top tips for making the most of your school’s budget at the show.

Keeping up with the kids

The rate at which technology is evolving meant it was only a matter of time before the Department of Education shook up the ICT curriculum. This year alone we have witnessed kids clocking up huge gaming bills on mobile phones and seen a rise in ‘iTods’ – the number of toddlers using tablet devices.

So, as of September 2014 computing will become a compulsory part of the national curriculum in England. What we currently know is that Information and Communications Technology (ICT) will be replaced by a new flexible curriculum in computing - geared towards equipping children with the skills they need to become active participants in the ‘fast-paced’ digital world.

Think practically and consider long term goals

With the rise of the digital generation, changes to the ICT curriculum and further budget cuts placing increased pressure on teachers, it is becoming more important than ever for you to invest in the right equipment, at the right time for your students. With January’s BETT just around the corner it’s important to remember not to adopt the latest technology just for the sake of it! Any new purchase must pass the following litmus test:

  • Think long term – not just the here and now: Unfortunately due to the nature of quarterly budget review cycles, teachers often focus – when allocating tech spend – on the upfront costs of equipment. But when managing ICT budgets we should be thinking about the ‘total cost of ownership’ (TCO) – what is the lifetime cost of that item? How does this compare to the initial cost and how will a low TCO help the school pull back budget long term?
  •  Look out for trade-in schemes: Trade-in schemes are a great way to get access to the latest equipment at a fraction of the cost. If schools have outdated equipment that needs an upgrade then why not trade it in? At least this way companies can help safely dispose of the outdated kit.
  • Think Green: In what is still a fragile global economy, all businesses are looking to streamline spend as much as possible, but this doesn’t mean that schools have to sacrifice on the longer term environmental benefits. The topic of green technology in the classroom is only going to gain in importance over the coming years – so it’s important for today’s buyers to think green.
  • Do your homework: Teachers right now are in charge of a unique group of children, dubbed ‘Generation Y’. This demographic has never known life without computers and the internet, which makes them long on digital nous and short on attention span. It’s important to ask them about the type of learning experiences they would enjoy in the classroom – you might be surprised by their response.

There’s no doubt that technology helps schools become more competitive and raises levels of student performance. But high-performance technology has to be bought intelligently, not simply thrown into classrooms without a plan or consideration for the long-term impact on running cost (total cost of ownership) and the environment. 

And as for the best way to use this technology? Well, that’s down to the creativity of you as the teacher. 

For more information you can visit Casio at Stand E200 at BETT or visit the Casio website at: www.casio.co.uk/bett2014

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We’ve seen a continued level of growth in our lamp-free projectors this year, especially with our Core Series due to its competitive price point and brightness of up to 3,500 lumens brightness – making it ideal for classrooms and smaller seminar rooms
After a successful launch in the Summer this year, the Large Venue Series has been particularly popular with higher education and schools looking to introduce 4K UHD to larger audiences across their halls and lecture theatres. The demand for projectors in education remains high, as Casio’s Business Development Manager, John Dykes, explained: “We’ve seen a continued level of growth in our lamp-free projectors this year, especially with our Core Series due to its competitive price point and brightness of up to 3,500 lumens brightness – making it ideal for classrooms and smaller seminar rooms. The 4K XJ-L8300HN will be on display so that integrators can see the performance of its lamp-free design at this high resolution.” The Laser & LED hybrid light source across Casio’s entire projector range delivers an extremely low total cost of ownership, as the need to replace lamps is totally removed.  It also provides the opportunity to improve the end user’s environmental credentials, as power consumption is dramatically reduced and hazardous mercury is eliminated.

All of Casio’s range comes with a 5 year / 10,000 hour warranty and industry leading low total cost of ownership, offering total peace of mind and a hassle free solution to the end user.As well as the 4K Large Venue Series leading the collection of lamp-free projectors at the show, Casio will also have a ballet dancer to accompany the range.This, along with the combination of stunning images displayed by its projectors, will no doubt provide an impressive visual experience for visitors to the stand.

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Casio is a market-leading global electronics manufacturer. It launched its ground-breaking LED-laser hybrid light source projectors in early 2010 and has since established itself as a key supplier of projectors to the UK education market.

The unique lamp-free light source in Casio projectors delivers up to 20,000 hours of superb performance for bright, engaging lessons. Light output remains consistently bright for the lifetime of the projector, and with no lamp to replace your education establishment will save considerable sums in comparison to conventional projectors.

Use this clever savings calculator and see how much Casio projectors could save your school.

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