The whiteboard these days in corporate circles are not what it used to be – they have been enhanced with technology from all directions, making it far more potent whenever you make a presentation to your potential business prospects or to the board of directors. Sharp knows this, and their latest endeavor intends to make your next presentation all the more effortless by rolling out the PN-L702B model – strangely enough, this is meant for the Japanese market only at the moment.
Also known as the Sharp i3board, just what does it deliver? Well, this 70″ electronic whiteboard will target businesses and schools, offering 70″ of touchscreen goodness on what is essentially a LCD display, sporting a Stylus pen and special software to help you get started right out of the box. With the Stylus, you can make notes or draw on the screen, and as any self-respecting touchscreen display would be able to do these days, scroll or change the size of objects through the use of gestures.
Heck, if you need to make a video presentation, forget about the projector – this whiteboard is capable of displaying such content at up to Full HD resolution as long as it is connected to the right device. Other hardware specifications include LED backlight, 3,000:1 contrast ratio, a brightness level of 300cd/m2, and an HDMI port. Something like this is not going to come cheap at $9,700 though when it arrives in Japan on the 20th of this month. Of course, corporations and educational institutions on a tighter budget can always settle for the more affordable $7,100 model that shaves off 10″ from the viewing real estate area.
Now that you have one of the more advanced tools for presentation at your disposal, the next time you fail to impress your audience? That is due to a lack of presentation skills and quality content – as you can’t blame your tools anymore.RELATED
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