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OneBoard Interactive Whiteboard for K-12 Education

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Published on Apr 11, 2011

Your OneBoard for interactivity, dry erase, projection, and magnetic displays that will last a LIFETIME.
Combine the utility of a porcelain surface whiteboard with the power of a computer and digital projector for a full interactive experience with vivid images, video and audio.
The combination of mouse and keyboard emulation allows you to control the computer almost exclusively from the OneBoard. Software enables the board to act as a human input device (HID). Write, draw, and move objects with just your finger!
True multiuser support requires no separate multiuser mode setting to instantly make your lecture more interactive. Supports multiuser writing and common multi-touch gestures currently recognized in Microsoft Windows 7.
Open architecture. No requirement to tie yourself to a particular software platform.
Optional USB wireless PC adapter available to enable wireless interaction.
Porcelain steel can be written on with dry erase, semi-permanent, water-soluble, or permanent markers, pens, or crayons without damaging the surface. Use a dry cloth, eraser, or cleaner to easily remove writing. Also available in matte projection gray surface, cutting glare up to 60%. Gray surface requires a wet cloth to completely clean surface (a small amount of ghosting may occur).

RoHS compliant. TAA compliant. GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified® and GREENGUARD Children & Schools CertifiedSM. Limited lifetime warranty.
TAA compliant.

MooreCo - Balt - Best-Rite

Read more about the OneBoard Interactive Whiteboard at http://moorecoinc.com/product-view.ph...

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