The Whiteboard of the Future is Here!

The Whiteboard of the Future is Here!

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We all remember the feeling of sitting in a boring classroom while the teacher works out a long division problem on the whiteboard.  Historically, whiteboards have limited user creativity and offered very few ways to collaborate on presentations, causing some classes and meetings to be rather dull.  When the first smart boards came along, they still managed to stifle innovation with their clunky projector based design.

These old-school whiteboards may soon be a thing of the past with the Samsung Flip.  The Flip is the portable interactive whiteboard that takes presentations to the next level.  It is safely fixed on 4 wheels to make it easy to move around your classroom or office.

The Flip allows users to write on the board either with the lightweight pen or their fingers.  You can erase any writing by brushing over it with the flat part of your hand. You can make it look just like a classic whiteboard, or change it to a dark background, mimicking a chalkboard.  Users can also choose from a variety of pen colors to make their text stand out.

The Samsung Flip makes presentations easy by allowing users to connect to their smartphones, tablets, or laptops.  Users can even plug a USB drive right into the Flip to upload or download data. As a member of the Samsung family, it connects easily to other Samsung devices, making it easy to share information with the Flip.  

Unlike, a regular whiteboard where information will be erased soon after it is written, users can save their presentation.  Then, they can print or email it right from the Flip.

The Samsung Flip can completely change the way you present at work or school.  It makes it easy to collaborate in meetings and brainstorm new ideas, effortlessly bringing your team together.


Story via BizTech

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