ViewSonic Launches New Series of ViewBoard UHD 4K Interactive Flat Panel Display

by April 25, 2018 0 comments

 ViewSonic Corp. launches additions to the ViewBoard family of interactive flat panel displays. The ViewSonic IFP50 series includes the IFP6550 (65-inch), IFP7550 (75-inch) and IFP8650 (86-inch) interactive flat panels with UHD 4K (3840×2160) resolution and 20-point touch screen for remarkable collaborative experiences. The ViewBoard product line delivers flexible open platform design for boardrooms and classrooms.

The user experience on ViewBoard interactive flat panels is highlighted by their intuitive two-finger Floating Pen and exclusive one-touch to Google Drive Save features, which stand out above all else by placing control at your fingertips or at the tip of a stylus.

During discussions, a host can access and control a presenter’s Windows/Mac device remotely via ViewBoard’s Touch Back Control, thus sharing control of the presenter’s device. With open collaboration in mind, ViewBoard® interactive flat panels are fit for integration into Google-based environments, offer seamless Windows compatibility, and come equipped with Mac multi-touch gesture mirroring.

Pairing ViewBoard 20-point touch display with pre-installed tools, such as vBoard for annotation, ViewBoard Cast for content sharing (Compatible with Windows/Mac/iOS/Android devices), and Zoom conference software allows multiple users to remotely write, share, and interact simultaneously as if they were in the same room.

The easy-to-use vBoard software allows users to write, highlight, edit and transform documents and images on the screen in real time. Built-in Cast software ensures that content can be shared from any mobile device directly to ViewBoard® screens, while Zoom supports video conferencing and distance learning for up to 10 users in various locations.

The IFP50 series can be coupled with an optional slot-in PC, which comes pre-loaded with the Windows 10 OS and grants users access to the specialized ViewBoard 2.1 annotation software for more dynamic interactivity functions.

Supporting DisplayPort 4K input, HDMI-out, as well as shared USB and LAN ports for the embedded player and optional PC makes the IFP50 series flexible enough to fit a wide range of user scenarios. Versatile connectivity options provide users with the hassle-free connection to a multitude of devices, while the VESA-compatible design allows for placement on a wall mount or trolley for flexible installation anywhere, no matter the occasion.

The HDMI-out mirroring capability delivers group discussion and spatial arrangement flexibility by allowing content to be mirrored on to two ViewBoard or any other compatible displays. For example, the ViewBoard can be combined with the ViewSonic Pro8 series projector and HB10B HDBaseT kit to enable presenters to magnify screen for more engaging large venue presentations via LAN cable connection from up to 35 meters away for 4K content.

IFP50 series interactive flat panel displays come with a built-in ARM quad-core processor, 2GB memory, 16GB storage, and provide powerful computing for annotation and multimedia playback without the need for a PC. IFP50 series displays are built to last with anti-glare 7H tempered glass and a Flicker-free & blue light filter, making these displays ideal for various environments, including boardrooms or classrooms, where interactivity and sharing are encouraged.

These interactive flat panel displays also help educators advance their curriculum to the next level with optional Qwizdom Oktopus and Ximbus Solutions. Oktopus collaboration software lets users annotate and work over and/or alongside any application, existing content or over a web browser which supports .iwb & .notebook file formats and accesses to 10,000+ ready-to-use lessons on-line. Ximbus is a cloud-based collaboration and sharing the solution for Google classrooms and features Google Drive and contacts integration.

Model MRP Availability
IFP6550 Rs.3,50,000 May 2018
IFP7550 Rs.7,00,000 May 2018
IFP8650 Rs.9,00,000 May 2018

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