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Fab 5 Tech v.3

This is the third installment of five emerging technologies that have caught my interest recently. The list will contain a combination of technologies that can potentially impact the classroom, IT infrastructure, and gadgets we use everyday.

Perceptive Pixel – They claim to be the first multi-touch desktop display. Their 82″ LCD multi-touch display is quite impressive. You will see these displays used by CNN and ESPN in their shows.

LG Smart Scan Mouse – Is it a mouse with a scanner, or scanner that is a mouse? LG has reinvented the mouse with a built in scanner. Innovative tool for quick scanning purposes.

Toshiba Ultrabook – A sleek competitor to the Lenovo IdeaPad. It boosts i7 series chips with 6GB of RAM, that weighs 2.5 lbs and is only 0.6 inches thick. It is loaded for a ultra portable device. It is looking to sell for $1000…coming in November.

Mangahigh.com – Manga High has been around, but recently have made their product completely free for educators to use in their classroom. Manga High is fun game-based mathematics software that is adaptive and standards-based content. Great for elementary and middle school students.

Knovio – A new web 2.0 tool that teachers can use with students to create animated presentations with matching recorded video. Three simple steps: 1. upload the presentation 2. record the video 3. share it!

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  1. November 8, 2011 at 8:43 pm

    Hi,

    We’ve got a great new version of Knovio coming out soon that will make it even easier to use, edit, and share.

    Watch for it!

    Thanks for spreading the word about Knovio.

    Nat

  2. November 18, 2011 at 9:25 pm

    We launched the new Knovio (still free) this week.

    Here’s a link to the release: http://yhoo.it/sazshl

    Hope you find the new features, many user inspired, useful.

    Let us know what you think!

    Nat

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