It would be a deal breaker for me.  Our teachers expect to collect work
samples when they use the cameras.  Either using SD memory cards on the
camera or via USB to their computer, and it should be a simple one-click

What features made you decide to try the AverMedia?


On Thu, Mar 11, 2010 at 10:43 AM, Stephen Barner <[log in to unmask]>wrote:

>  I would think that the inability to capture images to a computer would be
> a huge, potentially deal-breaking limitation.  Am I wrong?
> Steve Barner
> South Burlington High School
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> *Subject:* doc cam
>  Just installed a $270 AverMedia VP1.
> The quality seems stupendous given the price, text was absolutely clear and
> nice white balance.
> (Room is not overly bright and fluorescents were on.)
> Small portable form factor, but not many other features (freeze, but no
> onboard storage of images, no USB to connect to computer etc).
> It might pass through only SVGA (I know others have mentioned this as a
> negative/potential issue) as it did change the size/shape of the projected
> image (had to reorient the IWB).
> The unit has RCA out as well and may use that instead of VGA for next year.
> R
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Drew Blanchard
Technology Teacher
Winooski City Schools
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