AVerVision VP-1 Portable Visual Presenter
The AVerVision VP-1, an ultra-compact and lightweight interactive visualizer, makes presenting even easier than ever. Setting up the AVerVision VP-1 takes a matter of seconds, while its user-friendly control panel makes operating the AVerVision VP-1 just as simple as set up. Using such a breakthrough portable interactive visualizer doesn?t mean giving up image quality as the AVerVision VP-1 features a 2M pixel sensor and an 8X digital zoom. The AVerVision VP-1's size and functionality allows for true presenting power anytime, anywhere.
The AVerVision VP-1's innovative swivel arm and camera head can be unfolded or folded in three easy steps, making this interactive visualizer remarkably portable yet still practical as the AVerVision VP-1 provides an A4-sized landscape shooting area.
Don't waste time during your presentations. Automatically adjust the focus and white balance with just one push of the AVerVision VP-1's Auto button to instantaneously display crystal clear images of any document or 3-D object.
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The AVerVision VP-1 can show what a microscope sees via an available 28mm adapter. It connects to other video devices or computers via a choice of RCA video or VGA output. A VGA input is also present. The RGB output resolution is selectable between 800x600, 1024x768 or 1280x960 resolutions via a switch.
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