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Router Table

HTC Products Inc. has created a folding router table to fit into tight work spaces. The 24"x 32" table features an MDF top with high pressure laminate applied to both sides for stability. The 34" work height provides a solid routing platform while maintaining portability. The HTR-200 and HTR-300 tables both come complete with a 9" x 11" Tuff-Tek router mounting plate. For more information call 800-624-2027.

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Enhanced Mouse Pad

Solve-It! Marketing has developed a mouse pad that also doubles as a message board. The Ego Write mouse pad is the same size as a regular mouse pad, but half of the surface is available for jotting down notes. A Dry-Erase marker comes with the mouse pad. For more information visit www.solve-itmarketing.com.

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Ergonomic Workstation

DataDesk is a computer workstation that is designed to reduce neck and eye strain. Its monitor sits below the surface of the desk under a tempered glass insert, allowing for a proper viewing plane -- the same angle used to read a book -- and also gives students a clear view of their teacher. For more information call 602-966-1222.

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1000 Watt Lamp

nuArc Company Inc. introduces the FT26MH 1000 Watt Metal Halide Imaging System, a lamp specifically designed to handle all of the latest films and emulsions. Metal halide is the most efficient light source available for optimum exposures and superior dot-to-dot reproduction. The lamp comes with a digital L.E.D integrator for precise exposure control and a fast, heavy-duty vacuum system. For more information visit www.NUARCCO.com.

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Electric Projection Screen

Da-Lite Screen Company has expanded its line of electric screen products to include the Ascender Electrol screen. It features a patented in-the-roller motor mounting system and is ideal for environments in which a traditional ceiling screen or fixed wall screen is not practical. For more information visit www.da-lite.com.

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MULTIMEDIA

Vocabulary Development

Lyceum Communications has developed Get a Clue, a software series designed to boost the process of vocabulary development. Using the patented WATS System, students learn through inductive reasoning and critical thinking, not by strict memorization exercises. The software also can be used for SAT and ACT test preparation. For more information visit www.getaclue.com.

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Updated OPAC

OPAC Testing Software has released OPAC 6.0. The latest version contains a new Microsoft Windows 95/98/NT test and features improved alphabetic and numeric filing tests, easier-to-use screens and redesigned score reports. For more information visit www.opac.com.

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Welding CD-ROM

Miller Electric Manufacturing Company introduces two new interactive training CD-ROMS: MIG Fundamentals and TIG Fundamentals. …

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