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Taking US Classrooms Into The 21 st Century With Wireless Presentations And Conferencing

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    New York, NY – April 27, 2016 –Prijector, a groundbreaking, technological development enabling teachers and students worldwide to establish wireless screen-sharing capabilities from just a single click, is now used by over 101 Universities and Schools Districts in the United States. Created to address the frustrations and time wasting that come with plugging and unplugging countless wires to establish a sharing line, Prijector makes the process easy, quick, and streamlined for any classroom.
    “Prijector was invented to bring the learning and teaching capabilities of the modern-day classroom up to the technological standards of the 21 st century,” said Sunil Coushik, Founder and CEO. “It makes no sense to have teachers fumbling through mounds of cords today to establish a direct and beneficial video screen. Our slick and powerful device can connect any device directly to projectors or TV Screens in a matter of seconds.”
     

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