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Comparing Interactive Flat Panels

Comparing Interactive Flat Panels

The Clevertouch Impact, Promethean AP9 and Samsung Flip: Comparing Interactive Flat Panels

Interactive flat panels are a leap forward compared to the interactive whiteboards that came before them. These displays are simple to control, responsive and brilliantly vivid. It’s no surprise, then, that user surveys find greater student engagement in classrooms equipped with an interactive flat panel.

The question is – which interactive display is the best fit for your organization’s needs? Here, we’ll take a closer look at some of the industry’s best offerings, including Clevertouch displays, Promethean’s AP9 and Samsung’s Flip.

The Clevertouch Impact Gen 2 and Impact Max: Designed by Educators for Optimal Lesson Planning and Delivery

The Clevertouch Impact (Gen 2) and Impact Max are a fit in meeting rooms and in the classroom. Both offer an impressive set of features, but there are a few differences. Here’s a quick comparison between the two:

  • The Clevertouch Impact (Gen 2) – The second Generation of the Clevertouch Impact features an upgraded hardware profile (6GB RAM and a 64GB hard drive) and a near-zero air gap for minimal parallax when writing. The Impact Gen 2’s surface also offers anti-glare and anti-smudge capabilities for superior clarity.

In an education setting, it’s important for an interactive display to feature whiteboarding technology. With the Impact Gen 2, the whiteboarding functionality is provided by LYNX Whiteboard. Through LYNX Whiteboard, users have access to infinite whiteboarding space and can use the Clevertouch’s onboard browser to fetch assets from the internet for reference.

The Impact Gen 2 also has Clevershare hardware integrated into the display. With Clevershare, up to 50 devices can connect to the display and share content to the screen. This is ideal for classroom and business settings, where students or a professional team can share their work or project ideas.

  • The Clevertouch Impact Max – Compared to the Impact Gen 2, the Impact Max doesn’t have the same level of hardware horsepower, but it’s still a powerful solution for an educational or professional environment. And with its superior economy, the Impact Max can be installed in more rooms without stressing your project budget.

The Impact Max also comes with an anti-glare surface that includes Clevertouch’s Super Glide Surface technology. The Super Glide surface offers minimal friction during annotating, so for users, it feels like writing on a dry erase board. The Impact Max’s touch screen can register 20 simultaneous touch points or two styluses, and it offers palm rejection, so your hand won’t interfere with writing if it contacts the screen during operation.

The Impact Gen 2 and Impact max both offer 4K resolution, high-powered speakers for room-filling audio and the Android-powered LUX interface. LUX is modeled after the Android interface that many people recognize instantly from their own devices. This enhances usability, particularly among students and younger professionals who are deeply familiar with the technology.

The Promethean AP9: Simple Controls for Hassle-free Teaching

Promethean’s ActivPanel has been a favorite among teachers and students for years, and the ActivPanel 9 (AP9) is the newest addition to its line. Built for the classroom, the AP9 offers the following features:

  • ActiveInspire and ClassFlow – The AP9 comes with Promethean’s award-winning lesson delivery software, ActiveInspire and ClassFlow. ActiveInspire allows educators to create engaging lessons that include interactive activities. Educators can import their own lessons and assets, too, to create customized lessons. ClassFlow is a cloud-based software solution that can be used to integrate quizzes, polls and activities into lessons, as well as reward students with digital badges for achievement. Through ClassFlow, teachers can also access millions of resources from educators around the world.
  • Promethean Panel Management – Promethean’s Panel Management allows IT to manage all of the organization’s networked AP9s from a single back-end. This can be done from a remote location, and once connected, IT can push updates, set permissions, provision new panels, view usage data and secure the panels.
  • Professional development training – Promethean supports the educators that utilize its products. This support is delivered in the form of professional training, through which teachers learn to leverage the AP9 and other Promethean technologies to their fullest. Promethean training is delivered through a wide variety of courses, personalized coursework and through a resource center.

With the above features, the AP9 can become a classroom fixture for your educators.

The Samsung Flip: Facilitate Free-flowing, Visual Collaboration

The Samsung Flip is also designed for multiple environments. Its impressive visual collaboration features, though, make it one of the most powerful tools available for collaborative meetings. With the Samsung Flip, you can do the following:

  • Create different pen strokes without messing with whiteboarding controls – The Samsung Flip’s whiteboarding technology is the display’s standout feature. During a whiteboarding session, a teacher or presenter can use the pen tool to either make sharp thin lines or thicker lines, depending on what side of the pen they use. This is handy for writing notes and using varying thicknesses to highlight particular words or points – without having to tap the display several times to bring up a different pen tool.
  • Switch to brush mode for artistic annotation – The Flip can be used with a brush to create brush-like strokes. Mix watercolor or oils to make artwork on the fly or unlock students’ creativity.
  • Import visual assets and make quick edits – Users can connect to the Flip via a USB drive or wirelessly. Once connected, power presentations by importing visual assets and making quick edits to them. This can be done with concept drawings, architectural floor plans, photo shoots, brand materials – you name it.
  • Annotate on anything without fear with Note Layer mode – Note Layer mode can be accessed from the Flip’s menu and allows users to annotate over anything without affecting the source files. Think of it this way – it’s like putting a transparent sheet over your work and making notes with a marker. The marks aren’t being made to the underlying page, but on a removable screen. To preserve the notes, screen captures can be taken through the Flip, so annotations and the source work are both saved.

Flip, Clevertouch or Active Panel, Your New Interactive Flat Panels Will Deliver on User Engagement

If your top organizational need is better meetings or more engaging lesson delivery, interactive flat panel solutions are a proven tool. And with multiple top brands like Clevertouch and Samsung developing a range of display solutions, there’s a perfect fit for every setting. Your certified AV integrator can help identify what that perfect fit looks like for your organization, and how to implement it.


Flat Panels vs. Projectors: Which is the Best Fit for Your Organization?

Whether it’s a huddle room or a full-blown training auditorium, your meeting spaces will work better with a digital display. Displays provide critical visual support for any presentation, ensuring everyone in attendance can understand what’s being discussed. Digital displays are also major collaboration facilitators because they allow for simple content sharing. People take in information best when it’s presented in multiple formats and displays deliver that information visually.

The question is – what kind of digital display is the best fit for your company’s needs? The choice almost always comes down to projectors or flat panels (screens).

Digital Flat Panels: Bright, Vivid, Compact and Easy to Operate

Digital panels are the newer, more advanced display technology. As such, they come with several engineering-based advantages that make them a good fit in most spaces.

The most notable is image quality. Most modern LED screens output at 4K resolution, with exceptional brightness and color depth. A flat panel has no trouble delivering crystal clear images in any space, as a result. This is particularly handy for rooms that receive a lot of natural light. Natural light can blow out projector images because projectors don’t generate enough light themselves to overcome the brightness. But that’s not a problem with digital screens, which look vivid in any lighting conditions.

Digital flat panels are also the preferred option for smaller spaces, as they don’t need as much room as a projector to operate. Digital screens are a single-piece display solution built into a compact piece of hardware. If your organization relies heavily on smaller meeting spaces like huddle rooms, digital flat panels are ideal. The screens can be mounted to the wall with no visible cables or mounting hardware, minimizing clutter.

Projectors, in contrast, are two-piece solutions that require space between the projector and wall to operate. This is an obvious limiting factor in small rooms.

A digital screen is also the most familiar and most intuitive display solution for people to work with. They look like consumer TVs and don’t require any calibration to work right, every time. And if adjustments to brightness or contrast are needed, users know where to look without getting IT involved. Projectors, though, can be intimidating for people to use, as few have a projector at home. Projectors also require occasional calibration, especially if they are being moved from room to room.

There are also interactive flat panels that add a tactile element to meetings. The Clevertouch is one example and allows professional teams to whiteboard, annotate, and collaborate using touch controls. Interactive flat panels are a strong addition to video conferencing solutions, as they can be used by remote participants as if they were in the room.

In summary, if your building is bright and tight on space, digital flat panels are a better option. And, if your employees need a simple solution that works every time, digital screens are again the right fit.

Projectors: The Biggest, and Most Economical Image Available

Projectors have been around for decades, but that doesn’t mean they’re obsolete. In fact, current-generation projector technologies are also capable of color-rich, high-resolution images. They still need the right lighting conditions to look their best, but if those conditions are in place, projectors can power an excellent visual experience.

In large rooms, there may be hundreds of people present during a meeting or training session. If your meeting spaces must accommodate a large number of people, projectors are the popular choice. That’s because projectors can be scaled up or down to nearly any size. And a single projector can be calibrated for multiple sizes, so it can be scaled as needed.

Some projectors can output images at extremely large sizes – up to a 300-inch diagonal. This is usually not preferred, as the projector is limited by how much light it can throw at once, which means a larger image tends to be less vivid. However, even at a 90 or 120-inch diagonal, modern projectors can compete with digital flat panels in image quality, as long as lighting conditions are good. And, if a smaller image size is required (like a 60-inch image), projectors can look extremely sharp.

The other main benefit of projectors is their economy. Projectors are the least expensive large format displays available, so they’re a common entry-level choice for organizations on a slim budget. It’s true that some of this cost advantage is offset by lamp replacement expenses, but in terms of upfront expense, projectors beat out flat panels.

So, where should projectors be featured in your building? In oversized spaces where an oversized image is essential for the audience. Large training rooms, for example, are well-supported by projector technology.

For Many Organizations, There’s Room for Both

For the vast majority of rooms, digital flat panels are a perfect fit. They only have issues filling out extremely large spaces, and even in this case, there are single flat panels that reach up to 120 inches. There are also video walls and direct view LED panels that can be pieced together to make displays of any size or shape.

Those solutions can definitely wow an audience, but they’re expensive. They may not always be, but for some organizations, there isn’t room in the budget for a video wall. In this instance, a projector is the less costly alternative.

Can’t Decide Between Digital Flat Panels and Projectors? Talk to an AV Integrator

As you can see, there’s room for projectors and digital flat panels in most buildings. If you’re still not sure which technology should go in your meeting rooms, a certified AV integrator can help. Their expertise with display technology means they can analyze your rooms and select the best fit for each space.

What Makes a Great Interactive Flat Panel?

What Makes a Great Interactive Flat Panel

There are dozens of interactive flat panels on the market, but not all are backed with quality engineering, features, and collaboration solutions. The top displays, like the Clevertouch, bring all three together. With this excellent, comprehensive design, the Clevertouch is a leading piece of technology in both the classroom and the boardroom.

Here, we’ll go over what makes the Clevertouch and other leading options a good fit for students, educators, and professionals.

What Features Should Companies Look For In Their Interactive Flat Panels?

In corporate settings, professionals need a lot from their collaborative technology. The speed of the modern economy necessitates it. This need extends to interactive flat panels, which must offer several benefits to professional teams. For example, you’ll want the following in your company’s interactive flat panels:

  • Comes with hardware for video conferencing capabilities – Modern professionals spend a lot of time in remote and hybrid meetings. That being the case, you’ll want a panel that’s ready for video conferencing solutions right out of the box.
    The Clevertouch, for instance, comes with built-in speakers and a microphone. It’s also easy to pair with an external camera, so it’s simple to run video conferences using your favorite conferencing solution, like Microsoft Teams or Google Meet.
  • A variety of screen sizes available in 4K resolution – The size of the flat panel’s screen has a major impact on how visible it is from a distance. In large meeting spaces, you’ll need a big screen to account for the greater distance between participants and the display.
    The Clevertouch UX Pro, designed for the office, is available in four sizes (55″, 65″, 75″ and 86″). All four sizes are built with a 4K resolution screen.
  • An intuitive operating system – The easier it is to operate the display, the better. Users vary greatly in their skill level and comfort with technology, so the display should be simple to operate right away.
    The Clevertouch operating system is based off of the popular Android OS, so it functions like a large smartphone. Student, teacher or professional, it’s the kind of OS anyone can walk up to and start using.
  • Simple connectivity for employee devices – Increasingly, professionals expect to connect their own device to the room’s presentation hardware. Doing so allows for easier, faster, and more comfortable meetings.
    There are multiple ways to connect to the Clevertouch. Users can do it through the Clevershare app or with the Clevershare dongle, which allows for one-button connectivity.
  • Extensive whiteboard functionality – Onboard whiteboarding software facilitates collaboration and gets everyone involved in the meeting.
    Whiteboarding software differs significantly from one display to the next. The Clevertouch’s Lynx is its primary whiteboarding software and is designed for more effective meetings. With Lynx, users can use the onboard browser to grab content from online, whether it’s images, videos, or other media.
  • Built-in digital signage tools – If your interactive display can double as digital signage, it can be used for brand reinforcement or communicating important information.
    Not all flat panels are designed for this, but the Clevertouch can be deployed in a digital signage mode when it’s not being used in its primary role.
  • Extended warranty and reduced failure rate – Ideally, your interactive flat panel should work for years before replacement is needed. To ensure this, the display should be protected with an extended warranty.
    The Clevertouch comes with such a warranty, which lasts up to five years. Coupled with the display’s quality build and low failure rate, the Clevertouch is a low-risk solution.

What Are Important Features For Classroom Interactive Panels?

Interactive touch panel technology is a perfect fit for educational settings, as long as it comes with the right feature set. This is what to look for in an educational flat panel:

  • Durable build for active classrooms – Classrooms can be very busy and active, and in order to protect your school’s AV investment, the flat panel should be fortified for high energy users.
    The Clevertouch includes a thick layer of safety glass that resists shattering and puncturing in even the most energetic classrooms.
  • Enhanced connectivity for many devices – Interactive displays make classrooms a hub for collaboration. That’s because with the Clevershare, for instance, up to 50 students can connect to the display at once. That way, students can present as groups and from their own devices at their desks.
  • Strong educational software offerings – Any display built for educational purposes is only as effective as its educational software. This part of the package is frequently overlooked by some display brands, but that’s not the case with the Clevertouch.
    In addition to Lynx, the Clevertouch also comes with Snowflake (which allows for personalized learning and multiple learning zones) and the Cleverstore. Through the Cleverstore, teachers can access a wealth of free apps that can be adapted for more interesting lessons.

A Few More Reasons Why Clevertouch Is a Leader in Interactive Flat Panels

There’s a lot to like about the Clevertouch, but even all of the above doesn’t cover it completely. If you’re still not sure what makes it one of the best interactive flat panels available, here are some more features to consider:

  • Zero bonded glass display – Most interactive panels contain an air gap between the outer layer of glass and the interactive layer that sits underneath. This gap reduces touch responsiveness, but the Clevertouch is built without it. The result is a more accurate and more responsive interactive screen.
  • Better speakers and USB connectivity – The Clevertouch is also built with a pair of 15W speakers and some with a subwoofer, which provide richer audio. Compare this to the typical display, which only comes with lesser watt speakers and without a subwoofer.
  • Improved response time – On average, an interactive display provides an 8.5ms response time. However, the Clevertouch is significantly better with a response time of 5ms. That may not seem like a big difference, but it’s noticeable for detailed handwriting purposes.
  • Expanded RAM and ROM – The Clevertouch also comes with additional RAM (6GB vs 4GB) and ROM (64GB vs 32GB), compared to the typical interactive flat panel. The extra memory means better performance and more storage for software.

A Certified Integrator Can Set Up The Best Interactive Flat Panel For Your Needs

Solutions like the Clevertouch are more than mere interactive screens. They’re comprehensive educational solutions that drive engagement (for professionals and students) and makes for more interesting presentations.

In the classroom or meeting room, an interactive flat panel can act as the focal point, but only if it’s installed and configured properly. These are services a certified AV integrator can provide, but an integrator can do much more. A trusted AV team can also determine which flat panel model is best for your application and maintain the solution for years of use.

How Can An Interactive Display Benefit Students?

An Interactive Display Will Help Prepare Students For The Future

The future of education is never settled, but one thing does seem certain – students will need to be comfortable with technology to compete in the modern economy. As the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) points out, a large portion of today’s high demand careers have been created in just the last decade as a result of rapidly-improving technologies.

An interactive display can help improve your students’ comfort with tech and help unlock their potential using the display as an instructive, creative and collaborative medium. An interactive display, then, can enhance student learning across a multitude of subjects, and not just technology.

Six Ways Students Will Benefit From An Interactive Display

An interactive display can play a major role in your classrooms, helping teachers deliver compelling lessons, and encouraging students to participate in novel ways. There’s a lot the technology can do, and here are seven features that will give your students an advantage:

1. Improved lesson engagement – People learn and retain information better when multiple senses are utilized during a lesson. Traditional stand and deliver lecturing, though, often lacks the visual, audible, and tactile qualities that can pull students into the material. In 2013, Gallup tracked students’ opinions of school over the years, and found that even though close to 80 percent of elementary students were engaged in their lessons, that number dropped to 33 percent by 11th grade. When Gallup asked students to describe how they felt about school, “bored” was the most common response.

Technology, however, is something students are both familiar with and willing to engage with. Educators can leverage this by bringing in a compelling combination of imagery, animation, sound, and tactile feedback, in the form of an interactive display.

2. STEM-focused learning opportunities – The number of STEM-related industries and the size of those industries expand every year, faster than projections made just a few years ago. Further, STEM careers pay more according to Pew Research. In 2019, the median pay for non-STEM jobs was about $47,000, and for STEM careers, it was $77,400. Money isn’t everything, but the role of an educator is to set their students up for future success, and STEM careers offer a clear path to that.

Fortunately, interactive displays are an ideal tool to deliver STEM lessons. With their ability to represent complex technical details visually, interactive displays can simplify STEM concepts that would otherwise be intimidating to learn through only lecture. Also, interactive displays typically come with software that delivers compelling STEM lessons, like simulating physics or challenging students to build an electrical circuit.

3. Enhanced collaboration between students – Interactive displays also facilitate collaboration between students, making for more interesting group work. In some classrooms, educators are changing the way they teach, using the power of interactive displays and group work. This is particularly useful in classes or clubs where the students will be taking on large projects, like robotics. Educators can arrange students in groups, or pods, and pair each group with an interactive display that they can use to visualize ideas and develop plans.

4. Software that expands lesson content further – Leading display manufacturers package their hardware with innovative software that can drive learning to new heights. Some of this software is STEM-based, such as physics simulators, but much of it can be used to unlock student creativity, improve collaboration, engage with games, or introduce a wealth of ideas.

5. Import lessons that other educators have built – In addition to the software suite that comes with the display, some manufacturers have also built up their own educational ecosystems. Through one of these online platforms, educators can access lessons and learning materials that other teachers have put together and uploaded. With so many contributions from other passionate educators, teachers will never run out of material for their own coursework.

6. Screen mirroring is great for hybrid learning and presentations – Interactive displays are designed with screen mirroring functionality, so teachers can send whatever is on the display to students’ own devices. In the classroom, this is ideal for presentations, as students can share their work from their own devices.

Screen mirroring, though, is even more valuable in hybrid classrooms, which have spiked in prevalence during the last 18 months. With screen mirroring, teachers can keep remote students engaged with the same visuals and lesson content that students see in the classroom. Students can also annotate from their own devices, so remote students can interact with the class, even when they aren’t in the same space.

A Certified Integrator Can Oversee And Optimize Your AV Projects, Interactive Displays Included

Interactive displays are highly effective teaching tools, but to get the most out of your technology, consider working with a certified AV integrator. Here’s why:

  • A certified integrator can select the best solution for your classrooms – When embarking on an AV project, there are usually many products to choose from, and it’s not always clear what the differences are between them. This is also true of interactive displays, as there are several reputable manufacturers that develop products for the market. To sort through all of the available options, districts look to their AV integrator to provide valuable insight. With a certified integrator on hand, your schools will always have the technology that best fits their students and their learning needs.
  • A certified integrator can help your teachers get comfortable with the technology – A certified integrator does much more than select and install equipment. Once the solution is set up, an integrator can train everyone that will use the technology, so they aren’t overwhelmed once the solution is live. With interactive displays, this means training educators on the display’s use and features, so they will be able to handle the technology as easily as a blackboard or overhead projector.
  • A certified integrator can provide long term maintenance for your system – In addition to project design, installation, configuration and training, a certified integrator can also provide ongoing maintenance. This includes remote, onsite, and preventative maintenance, which will keep the solution running at optimal capacity. Preventative maintenance is especially important, as it can be used to spot potential downtime-causing issues before they emerge.

For educators, students and administrators, there’s a lot to like with interactive displays. They’re engaging, they’re versatile, they’re easy to use, they require practically zero maintenance, and perhaps most importantly, interactive displays will ready your students for a tech-focused future.

How Does Clevertouch Differ from Other Interactive Flat Panels

Interactive flat panel technology has made a significant difference in boardrooms and classrooms across the nation. Clevertouch is one such panel that is quickly becoming a frontrunner for this modern method of communicating and collaborating, and it is often preferred by both schools and businesses. One of the best ways for an organization to match their needs with what a specific type of technology offers is by first discerning how Clevertouch differs from other interactive flat panels.

The Benefits of Using Interactive Displays to Engage Audiences

Display technology of yesteryear was cumbersome and not particularly user-friendly, however, with modern advances interactive displays are becoming much easier to use and offer a wide range of flexibility when it comes to function. Some of the benefits of using interactive displays to engage an audience include:

  • It is ready to go when you are. Gone are the days of having to read a complicated one-hundred-page manual before there was any hope of operating display technology. New interactive displays are outfitted with an onboard processor and hard drive components which means it does not depend on an additional external device to operate. Everything a user needs is located in one place but offers extra ports in the event that a user would like to connect a supplemental device.
  • It can enhance presentations and lessons. Interactive displays should come with standard software that helps teachers and business executives compile presentations with visual aides such as calendars, lessons, idea concepts, and web content.
  • The sky is the limit. A reputable interactive flat panel will offer almost unlimited access to extra content that allows for creative meeting and lesson planning by effortlessly integrating web resources.

In short, this modern technology is designed to make leading presentations and engaging participants a cinch.

What Sets Clevertouch Interactive Flat Panel Technology Apart

Interactive flat panels are designed to make easy work of presentations, but they are not all created equal. Some options simply offer more when it comes to both functionality and value, and for many that option is the Clevertouch.

Some of the features that set the Clevertouch interactive flat panel technology apart from others include:

Cost effectiveness.

Many of the technologies in the field of flat panels can be cost prohibitive. However, Clevertouch is in many cases more budget friendly than its counterparts, making it an affordable solution for schools and businesses.

Variety of models.

This can be important, particularly depending on the intended use of the system. Clevertouch offers the Pro Series which is more tailored for executive use, and the Plus Series which is generally geared for the classroom.

Variety of sizes.

Depending on the space for which the flat panel is needed, there may be some size constraints. By offering a variety of Clevertouch sizes ranging from 55 inches to 86 inches, there is a perfect size for nearly any space.

Ample sound for a room.

The most recent version has 2 – 15-watt speakers and a 15-watt subwoofer which provides ample sound for a room. They have also incorporated a 6-array mic into the panels, so adding a webcam can easily turn the panel into a video conferencing solution.

Software offerings.

The software available with the Clevertouch can make all the difference. Lynx Whiteboard software gives presenters the capability to create a presentation with media and deliver them via simple controls. Lynx software can be particularly useful to teachers, as is Snowflake, which is software that is able to support learning for all levels and has a unique split screen capability that can engage up to 4 users simultaneously around the board.

Windows and LUX capabilities.

The Clevertouch may have a PC module that lets a user switch between Windows and LUX as needed.

Additional ports.

Some interactive flat panels do not feature additional ports, but the Clevertouch does, which provides greater connectivity with devices including USB-C.

Free education-focused apps.

Cleverstore offers users extra and free educational resources via their app store.

A Word About Other Interactive Flat Panel Solutions

While technology is constantly advancing and more interactive flat panel solutions are becoming available, it is important to compare apples to apples for each solution. Some considerations to keep in mind as you research interactive flat panel solutions should be:

  • Is it geared for businesses, schools, or both? Ideally, if the panel works for school and business use alike, it can be the best of both worlds as some schools may need capability for a business meeting and some businesses may need to utilize the program to teach employees a new concept.
  • Does it offer access to additional educational resources for teachers, and will it cost extra? With the Clevertouch offering additional education resources at no extra cost, that is the price to beat.
  • Does it come in multiple sizes? An organization may need several interactive flat panels for different spaces, which will most likely require different size offerings to be the most effective.
  • What is the onboard mic and speaker quality like? As part of a presentation, speaker and microphone qualities should be excellent.
  • What types of software can it utilize and what capabilities will that offer? Ideally, a flat panel should work with a variety of software and do so seamlessly.
  • How many USB ports does it feature for added connectivity? On average, the more USB ports for additional connectivity, the better, as it can further enhance a presentation with even more components.
  • Is it priced to provide what I need or is it overpriced for extra bells and whistles? Ensure that the price paid is reflective of what you need. Work with a reputable AV integrator to decide which model of the Clevertouch is the ideal fit for the school or business.

As the demand for interactive flat panel technology continues to grow, so will the number of providers. However, Clevertouch continues to lead the pack in its school and business capabilities and affordability.

Evolution From Interactive Whiteboards To Interactive Flat Panels

Interactive flat panels are an evolution in interactive displays

Interactive whiteboards have only been around since the 1990s, but they are already being phased out in favor of new technology. Most of this change is driven by the adoption of interactive flat panels, which offer several advantages over whiteboards.

These advantages are relevant to both K-12 educators and businesses, as interactive flat panels allow for more effective meetings and lessons.

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