Taipei, Taiwan – January 2, 2012 – AVer (TWSE: 3669), a major global provider of presentation, video conferencing and surveillance solutions, announces the launch of the AVerVision U15 USB visualizer (document camera). The simple design of this compact flexible arm visualizer (document camera) allows for fast and easy integration with interactive whiteboards (IWBs), computers, AVer’s interactive pens and other technology commonly seen in today’s classrooms.
“The new AVerVision U15 is just what schools are looking for given the shaky financial climate of the past few years,” said Michael Ting, Vice President of AVer Information. “Around the globe, schools and universities are facing budget cuts across the board, while the demand from instructors and students for technology like visualizers is as strong as ever. With the AVerVision U15, they get the best of both worlds: a well-equipped visualizer at a particularly budget-friendly price point.”
The handy AVerVision U15 features a sleek, lightweight design with a convenient built-in handle, plus the ability to run solely off power supplied by the computer. The U15’s HD1080p output resolution and 30fps frame rate gives users a vivid, lag-free live video experience, and its large shooting area, fast auto focus and 3-button control panel make live image capturing almost effortless. In addition, the U15’s 2-megapixel camera sensor, seamless streaming video and built-in microphone make it ideal for video chatting with Skype and similar programs; and, the U15’s flexible arm allows users chatting online to quickly shift from presenting a live image of a stationary object to capturing a live image.
The U15 also presents users with quick, hassle-free access to AVer’s latest software – A+ Interactive Software 2 and AVerVision Flash Plug-in. Users can capture hours of recorded video and thousands of still images, make annotations over live images and much more via the A+ Interactive Software, or view and control the live image from the U15 directly via interactive whiteboard software using the AVerVision Flash Plug-in.