Taipei, Taiwan – November 10, 2016 – AVer Information’s education total solution won two Tech & Learning Best of Show Awards at this year’s ISTE exhibition, the largest education technology exhibition in the United States. The awards were for the CC30 Video Conferencing Camera and the C36i charge cart for mobile devices. Organized by the US’s Tech & Learning magazine, the Best of Show Award is granted to products at ISTE that show the most potential to have an impact in the classroom.
“These two products embody AVer’s goal of expanding the possibilities of modern education,” said AVer president Andy Hsi. “With the CC30 and C36i we have lowered the barrier for schools looking to bring e-learning and distance learning to all their students.”
AVer’s one-of-a-kind CC30 is the first Video Conferencing camera created specifically for education. It offers lifelike video quality with its up to 8-megapixel video and crystal-clear sound thanks to its highly mobile stereo wireless microphone. AVer’s free value-added CaptureShare software provides teachers with a range of easy-to-access functions, such as recording classes and broadcast them live while annotating video. The CC30 also makes high-quality distance learning more accessible than ever before, with the ability to integrate with any popular video conferencing service, including Skype, Google Hangouts, Zoom and more.
The C36i charge cart is one of the most innovative charging solutions for tablets, laptops and Chromebooks yet available. It features AVer’s remarkable patented cable management system, which keeps cables clipped in place so users can place and remove devices with greater speed and convenience. Users can also adjust slot dividers to fit nearly devices of nearly any thickness, even with their covers on. The C36i boasts other features that AVer charging solutions have become known for as well, such as an intelligent charging system, slide-out shelves and a three point lock to ensure devices’ safety.
The Best of Show Awards seek to honor the most amazing products at the ISTE expo, one of the premiere education technology events in the United States. Products are judged by an anonymous panel of tech-savvy educators who evaluate products based on their quality, effectiveness, ease of use and creative use of technology.
Echoing United Nations' International Day of Friendship, AVer initiated the “Make Friends” campaign in 2015 so students in different countries could to get to know each other via video calls and share life experiences and culture. AVer provides the CC30 video conferencing camera for free. In 2015, 8 schools in the UK, Poland, South Africa, Armenia, and Taiwan participated in “Make Friends”. AVer hopes to help more students and schools increase their interschool and international experience in the following years. Come and join Make Friends now by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.