Panasonic launches interactive whiteboard
Dubai, August 10, 2010
Panasonic, the leading consumer electronics brand, has launched a range of new interactive whiteboards which allow display of the contents of a computer screen directly onto the board.
The Panasonic Panaboard UB-T880 series enables users to operate their own software applications for business presentations or school lessons.
Available in 82 and 77 inches, the series comes with a built-in amplifier which connects to USB speakers, built into two USB hub-ports.
“This new Panaboard range is packed full of state-of-the-art unique Panasonic technology,” said Maeda Kensuke, product manager, Panasonic Middle East.
“This new display will change the way presentations are made in Middle East offices and schools, by energising presentations, and keeping students engaged. The board helps to bring ideas to life through, simple, yet sophisticated technology.”
The new series also provides simple video and audio data transfer through the wireless connection, all incorporated within the Panaboard software.
Users can save projected notes directly onto a PC, and with remote operation, anything written with the electronic pen can be saved with the application. The Panasonic elite software makes business more active with useful screen-capture modes, drawing tools, magnifier and an on-screen keyboard, a statement said.
Windows applications like PowerPoint, Excel and special educational software can be operated right on the Panaboard.
The Panaboard software enables users to write or draw onto the screen, add notes, diagrams, text and images.
The Panasonic Panaboard offers a stereo speaker system, and durable and special low-glare surface to provide the perfect backdrop to the most critical presentations.
It is also easy to convert the Panasonic Panaboard into a tele-conferencing suite in conjunction with web-conferencing software, the statement said.
Through the Panasonic hub it is possible to integrate a wide variety of Panasonic technology including printers, scanners, speakers, DVD and video players, it added. – TradeArabia News Service
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