Performance Interactive Projectors: P12 Ultra-Short Throw
Deliver engaging instruction and have multiple students work together on large, brilliantly projected lessons. Available in laser models so you will never have to change another bulb—ever.
Large-scale collaboration with the worry-free reliability of lasers.
Our P12 interactive projector line gives you Boxlight’s best and largest possible learning and collaboration space for your classroom, with images as large as 140 inches diagonal! The P12 ultra-short-throw projectors provide 10-touch interactivity or you can choose a pen-interactive model. If you select a laser projector, you will save both time and resources—there’s no lamp to fail or change, and an expected 20-year laser lifespan.
- Complete education solution—comes with easy-to-learn and easy-to-use MimioStudio™ classroom software.
- Our classroom software and MimioMobile™ app enable collaboration and assessment, either at the front of the room or on almost any student device.
- Our solution makes it easy to gauge and personalize student learning.
- Laser projection models mean no bulbs to change—ever.
- Analog and digital audio/video connections ensure compatibility with virtually any PC.
- Ethernet LAN connectivity enables central management and control.
- 1080P model provides twice the pixels of a conventional laser projector.
Includes our classroom software—so easy to use and engaging, your teachers will use it every day.
The P12 interactive projectors include our dynamic MimioStudio classroom software. It connects all the MimioClassroom™ products, so using other tools—from the document camera to the pen tablet—is quick and easy. MimioStudio software allows educators to create interactive lessons and collaborative activities, and perform real-time formative assessment. Take learning even further with our MimioMobile™ app, which allows group learning and collaboration on almost any device.
Imagine what the classroom can be!
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A projector may be your best solution.
We break down the interactive size and cost so you can get a clear picture of how much you get for your budget. The size of the interactive area should align with how you will use the display solution—a collaboration space with several students working together needs to be fairly large in order to make the collaboration effective.
Check out our infographic so you can select what will work best for your classrooms, teachers, and students.Learn More
Laser or Bulb?
Projectors have been a staple of the classroom for quite some time—along with their challenges, such as bulb replacements, diminishing brightness, and lost time. All of these things add up to additional costs, but even more important is the loss of a teacher’s time and, in turn, student learning! With the advances in laser projection, many of these cyclic issues have now been solved. While the initial cost may seem higher, in the end you will be saving time, budget, and even the environment.Learn More
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Experience What the Classroom Can Be
Educating today’s students to prepare them for tomorrow can be a challenging task. Education is more than just learning facts—it’s also building essential skills. It’s about teaching students to approach learning creatively and with critical thinking. To be innovative in their approaches and thought process. It’s about learning and working together, and being able to communicate ideas.
Whether it’s whole-class learning, small-group collaboration, formative assessment, or STEM-based learning, Boxlight offers services, software, and hardware that enable teachers to easily and effectively enhance student outcomes and build essential skills such as critical thinking, collaboration, communication, and creativity.