Printer supplies maker OKI is set to demonstrate its range of printing devices and services that are designed specifically for use in an education environment.
The manufacturer stated its offerings can help schools create a vibrant learning environment, while providing a range of features to ensure costs are kept to a minimum.
Its solutions will be on display at the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) 2012 Convention and Exposition in Austin, Texas, later this month.
Senior marketing manager for channel development and education at OKI Data Americas Mike Garofola said: "All of the products and solutions OKI will be demonstrating at TCEA are designed to enhance students' learning and retention, while keeping a keen eye on the bottom line."
OKI added it offers a high degree of customisation within its range to ensure educational facilities are able to find printing products that meet their specific needs.
Recently, Miles Berry, senior lecturer in ICT education at the University of Roehampton and vice chair of Naace, the ICT Association, said new technology development that enable greater interactivity in classrooms could be highly useful teaching aids.