AVer launches the AVerVision PL50, the latest in its platform visualizer line
Taipei, Taiwan – March 4, 2013 – AVer (TWSE:3669), a major global provider of presentation/education solutions, security surveillance solutions and video conferencing solutions, debuts its next generation of platform visualizers (document cameras), the AVerVision PL50, providing universities, medical schools and laboratories the high-definition imaging, advanced features and expansive connectivity they require at a price they can afford.
The AVerVision PL50 is top of the line through and through. The industry-leading 5-megapixel camera sensor and full HD1080p output via HDMI provide large audiences with clear, vivid imaging, while the robust 16X optical zoom and 240X total zoom ensure no detail goes unexamined. What’s more, with the large embedded light box (329 x 265 mm), presenters can display A4-sized x-rays or rows of film slides and negatives to large audiences with ease.
The AVerVision PL50 comes fully equipped with the latest and most advanced visualizer (document camera) features AVer has to offer. With one-touch recording, presenters can immediately capture smooth 30fps video from the visualizer (document camera) to a USB flash drive or SDHC card with the touch of a button, and with onboard annotation, users are able to make digital notations on visualizer (document camera) images with only a USB mouse or AVer’s AP20 interactive pen. Dual VGA input/output, HDMI output, RS-232 and overall extensive connectivity enables PL50 to fit seamlessly into any lecture hall or auditorium.
In addition, the latest version of AVer’s A+ Suite visualizer (document camera) software comes standard with every AVerVision PL50 visualizer (document camera). Users can integrate live visualizer (document camera) images seamlessly into existing teaching material while maintaining easy access to visualizer (document camera) functions, use OCR to scan and save text from printed material, incorporate live images from PL50 with an interactive whiteboard (IWB) and much more.