STAMFORD, Conn., Jan. 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- K-12 educators expect to see more flat panel screens in their classrooms as schools continue to add technology to share digital content and promote student engagement, according to Deployment of Display Technologies in K-12 Schools 2017, a new report from Simba Information.
Interactive whiteboards and digital projectors already have a wide-installed base in schools, while other output devices like 3D printers are just beginning to spread across schools, according to K-12 educators surveyed for the report.
"There are clear brand leaders when you look across the types of display technology currently installed in schools," said Karen Meaney, a senior analyst in Simba Information's Education Group. "SMART Technologies has the widest installed base of interactive whiteboards; Epson is the leader for digital projectors; and Apple TV is the most widely installed digital media player in classrooms."
Additional information on the report can be found at http://www.simbainformation.com/Deployment-Tablets-Mobile-10538011/ or by calling 888-29-SIMBA.
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Senior Analyst, Education Group
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