Multi Touch Interactive White Board 86 Inches

  • Multi Touch Interactive White Board Surface 
  • Used For Interactive Projection With a Multimedia Projector
  • Plug & Play USB Powered Interactive Surface
  • Easy to Use & Operate
  • Offering 4- Sided Infra Red Detection Allowing Accurate Tracing & Pixel Detection
  • Available Sizes
    -86 Inches
    -110 Inches

Product Description:
The 86-inch interactive whiteboard is made from materials considering the rugged use of interactive whiteboards in student environments. The frames are made of aluminum, with a galvanized metal background having shockproof properties. Each side of the 86-inch Interactive White Board has “Infrared radiators” for accurate pixel tracking & ease of use. Apart from Interactive whiteboards, Interactive LED/LCD Screens also use infrared technology.

Touch White board for education

Multi Touch

Multi touch, support finger or opaque object to write

Finger Gesture Recognition

Use finger gesture to zoom In, zoom out or erase contents, this makes operations more simple

Powerful Teaching Software

The provided interactive software provide dozens ofuseful teaching tools for choice

Environment-Friendly

 No chalk dust is generated, good for teacher and students’ healthy

Nano Surface

 Good surface materials, ideal for projection, Modular Design

Easy for maintenance

problematic PCB boards can be easily pulled out and exchanged

Interactive white Board Calibration Technology

Interactive whiteboard technology which is easily available in Pakistan offers extremely stable performance & 4 point or 6 Point calibration technology. The 4-point calibration technology ensures accurate pixel tracking & Accuracy.  

Installation of 86 Inches Interactive White board in Pakistan (Schools In Lahore)

86 inches interactive whiteboard installation at an educational institute in Lahore carried out with smart brand of interactive boards. With wireless screen sharing & collaborative software, the classroom was transformed into a smart classroom. As School systems and higher education institutions are among its biggest adopters, and educators appreciate how interactive whiteboards enrich their classrooms and student learning.

Interactive board Installation
Interactive white board with ultra short throw projector

Installation of 86 Inches Interactive White board in Pakistan (Schools In Lahore)

86 inches interactive whiteboard installation at an educational institute in Lahore carried out with smart brand of interactive boards. With wireless screen sharing & collaborative software, the classroom was transformed into a smart classroom. As School systems and higher education institutions are among its biggest adopters, and educators appreciate how interactive whiteboards enrich their classrooms and student learning.

Interactive White Board 86"

Interactive White Board 98"

Smart Interactive White Board 110"

  • 86 Inch Diagonal
  • Infrared Technology
  • 10 Point Touch 
  • Aspect Ratio 4:3
  • Resolution 32768 x 32786
  • USB 1.1, 2.0, 3.0
  • Windows, Linux, Mac, Android Supported
  • Can work for Indoor and Outdoor 
  • Wall Mount, Cabinets, Mobile stand installation capable
  • Projection Size 80.8″
  • Dimensions 1774 x 1279 x 29.3 (mm)
  • 98 Inch Diagonal
  • Infrared Technology
  • 10 Point Touch 
  • Aspect Ratio 4:3
  • Resolution 32768 x 32786
  • USB 1.1, 2.0, 3.0
  • Windows, Linux, Mac, Android Supported
  • Can work for Indoor and Outdoor 
  • Wall Mount, Cabinets, Mobile stand installation capable
  • Projection Size 91.3″
  • Dimensions 1774 x 1279 x 29.3 (mm)
  • 110 Inch Diagonal
  • Infrared Technology
  • 10 Point Touch 
  • Aspect Ratio 4:3
  • Resolution 32768 x 32786
  • USB 1.1, 2.0, 3.0
  • Windows, Linux, Mac, Android Supported
  • Can work for Indoor and Outdoor 
  • Wall Mount, Cabinets, Mobile stand installation capable
  • Projection Size 102.8″
  • Dimensions 1774 x 1279 x 29.3 (mm)

Interactive Whiteboard vs. Interactive Touch Screen: Key Differences

In today’s technology-driven environments, both interactive whiteboards and interactive touch screens are popular tools used in educational, business, and other professional settings. While they share some similarities, there are distinct differences between the two. Understanding these differences can help you choose the right solution for your needs.

      1. Definition and Basic Functionality

Interactive Whiteboard
– An interactive whiteboard is a large display that connects to a computer and projector or uses touchscreen technology.
– It allows users to interact with content displayed on the board using a stylus, finger, or other tools.
– Often used with special software that enhances teaching, presenting, and collaboration capabilities.

Interactive Touch Screen:
– An interactive touch screen is a display with built-in touch capabilities, typically without the need for an external projector.
– Users can interact directly with the screen using their fingers or a stylus.
– Functions as an all-in-one device, integrating display, touch interface, and often built-in computing capabilities.

    2. Hardware and Installation

Interactive Whiteboard:
– Requires an external projector to display the computer’s output onto the board’s surface.
– Installation can be more complex due to the need for proper alignment and setup of the projector and board.
– Usually larger in size to accommodate projector display requirements.

Interactive Touch Screen:
– Self-contained unit with integrated touch-sensitive display and computing hardware.
– Easier installation as it does not require a separate projector; typically, it just needs to be mounted or placed on a stand.
– Available in a variety of sizes, often more compact than interactive whiteboards.

     3. Image Quality and Clarity

Interactive Whiteboard:
– Dependent on the projector’s resolution and quality, which can sometimes result in lower image quality.
– Subject to issues like shadows, glare, and projection alignment.
– Brightness and clarity can be affected by ambient light conditions.

Interactive Touch Screen:
– Provides superior image quality with high-definition (HD) or even 4K resolution displays.
– No issues with shadows or glare as the display is built-in and directly visible.
– Consistent image clarity regardless of ambient light, making it suitable for well-lit environments.

     4. Touch and Interaction Technology

Interactive Whiteboard:
– May use infrared, resistive, or electromagnetic technologies to detect touch inputs.
– Typically designed to handle multiple touch points but might be less responsive compared to modern touch screens.
– Requires calibration to ensure accurate touch recognition.

Interactive Touch Screen:
– Utilizes capacitive or advanced infrared touch technology for precise and responsive touch interaction.
– Supports multi-touch capabilities, allowing multiple users to interact simultaneously with smooth and accurate touch response.
– Generally does not require calibration, providing a plug-and-play experience.

     5. Portability and Flexibility

Interactive Whiteboard:
– Often larger and less portable due to the need for a projector and additional hardware.
– Typically fixed in a specific location, such as a classroom or meeting room.
– Moving and reinstalling can be cumbersome.

Interactive Touch Screen:
– More portable and flexible, often designed to be easily moved and reinstalled.
– Some models come with rolling stands, making them ideal for dynamic environments where mobility is required.
– Compact models can be used in various locations without extensive setup.

     6. Applications and Use Cases

Interactive Whiteboard:
– Predominantly used in educational settings for teaching and collaborative learning.
– Common in traditional conference rooms where a larger display surface is beneficial.
– Ideal for environments where existing projectors are already in use.

Interactive Touch Screen:
– Versatile applications in education, business, healthcare, and interactive digital signage.
– Suitable for huddle spaces, conference rooms, classrooms, and customer-facing scenarios.
– Increasingly popular in modern office environments for interactive presentations and collaboration.

    Conclusion

Both interactive whiteboards and interactive touch screens offer powerful features to enhance learning and collaboration. However, they cater to slightly different needs and scenarios. Interactive whiteboards are well-suited for traditional educational and large meeting room environments where a projector-based system is acceptable. In contrast, interactive touch screens provide superior image quality, portability, and ease of use, making them ideal for modern, dynamic workspaces and classrooms. Evaluating your specific requirements, space constraints, and budget will help determine the best solution for your interactive display needs.

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