The firm Maxell has presented two new solutions for the educational environment: a range of high-performance portable laser light source projectors and a training recording system for the classroom of the future.
Specifically, these are the J1 projectors, high-performance portable equipment with 3LCD laser technology, and available in three models: MP-JU4001, MP-JW4001, and MP-JW3501. At WXGA and WUXGA resolutions, they can produce 3,500 / 4,000 ANSI lumens, making them a suitable choice for all types of rooms or classrooms. All models have a 2,000,000: 1 contrast and wide projection ratios that allow great flexibility in installation.
The great achievement of these equipment distributed in Spain by Charmex is that they combine simple usability with powerful performance and a low noise level; and all this in the smallest casing of this product category according to the firm, thanks to the new conceptual design without a phosphor wheel. Plus, they include a standard 5-year warranty or 10,000 hours of use.
On the other hand, Maxell has announced its first training recording system, the MA-XL1, which has been created to meet the needs of the classroom of the future. Perfectly designed for educational environments, institutions, and companies with training needs, the MA-XL1 offers trainers the possibility of providing greater knowledge in all disciplines and at the same time allows it to expand its scope to cover a greater number of students.
With a wide package of functions, thanks to it, trainers can change the content between different sources, record the session, upload them to FTPs, play videos and record them, and even create an interactive remote classroom. One of the key features of the MA-XL1 is that it gives students and teachers the ability to connect people remotely – attendees can join conferences remotely, providing users with a richer and more meaningful discussion.
Plus, it’s easy to use and connects all eLearning tools to a single point of control, allowing you to instantly switch between a wide variety of resources. Control is easily managed from a simple menu displayed on the screen (or a smart device), while technical staff can seamlessly connect to a wide range of hardware and software, including major learning management systems (LMS ) and video management systems (VMS).