In the sharply competitive digital projector market, educators often must feel like they're caught in the middle of a tug-of-war between manufacturers of Digital Light Processing (DLP) and Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) devices. Now, in the latest salvo over how these technologies are marketed to schools and other consumers, both sides again are claiming victory.


After a review prompted by concerns from Texas Instruments (TI) over fair marketing practices, the National Advertising Division (NAD) of the Better Business Bureau has recommended that Epson Electronics should "modify or discontinue certain claims" in its projector advertisements and training materials. But the agency also...

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