AVerVision F33 & AVerVision F55 boost AVer’s line of next-generation flexible arm visualizers
Taipei, Taiwan – June 27, 2013 – AVer (TWSE:3669), a major global provider of presentation/education solutions, security surveillance solutions and video conferencing solutions, announced the global launch of the AVerVision F33 and AVerVision F55 flexible arm visualizers (document cameras).* The AVerVision F33 and AVerVision F55, along with the previously launched AVerVision F15, make up AVer’s all-new range of flexible arm visualizers, providing teachers and students with brilliant clarity, advanced functionality and straightforward operation, all at budget-friendly price points.
Like the AVerVision F15, the AVerVision F33 and AVerVision F55 present teachers and students with the sharp, vivid imaging they’ve come to expect and love from AVer’s market-leading visualizers. The impressive quality of the live streaming images is achieved through the visualizers’ industry-leading 5-megapixel camera sensors and full HD1080p output via HDMI. The sights and sounds of the classroom are captured from start to finish through AVer’s popular one-touch direct recording feature, available with F33 and F55, while F55’s onboard annotation tool allows teachers and students to make impromptu notes over still visualizer images without connecting to a computer. Moreover, F55’s 8X optical zoom lens can display even the most intricate details with impressive clarity, and the visualizers’ expansive A3 landscape (F33) and A4 portrait (F55) shooting areas allow instructors to easily capture oversized documents, 3D models and textbooks.
As an added bonus, the latest version of A+ Suite, AVer’s exclusive interactive visualizer software, is available standard with F15, F33 and F55. By integrating live visualizer images and advanced presentation tools, like OCR, into Microsoft® PowerPoint®, Word® and Excel®, educators can seamlessly enhance a variety of existing teaching materials. What’s more, with the AVerVision 4 software included in A+ Suite, users can use captured visualizer images and recordings to create their own media libraries, compare live images with captured images side-by-side, and quickly upload images and recordings to YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Picasa and more.
*Release dates may vary depending upon model and region.