Panasonic has announced the availability of the BF1 series, the interactive Panaboard series designed for use in education and business.
The BF1 series is a PC-less whiteboard with an intuitive interface that allows users to start work instantly and make notes on any media format. Available in 80, 65, and 50-inch digital Panaboard displays, it has 12-point touch control and a floating menu bar, which makes it easy to switch inputs, draw, and zoom in and out with a single touch.
Panasonic European Marketing Manager Enrique Robledo, said, “The BF1 series is enhanced by Intel® Pro Widi technology, which allows users to transmit a variety of media formats to the screen instantly. On board applications enable simultaneous display of video, stills and documents from multiple devices in split-screen multi-mode.
“With colour blindness effecting up to 1 in 10 people in parts of the world, the inclusion of Colour Universal Design, a selectable display mode that makes colours clearly distinguishable for everyone, gives the BF1 series a genuine advantage in the classroom and workplace.”
Panasonic whiteboards have been used extensively in the education sector, with multi-touch LCD displays being used to enhance teaching at Queen’s University Belfast, where 18 Panasonic whiteboard displays have been installed in the dissection room in the Medical Biology Centre.
Stuart Ogg, from Media Services at the University, said, “The lab has proven to be a truly interactive space. Staff tell us that their teaching has completely transformed and students are actively engaging with the technology.”
Released in July 2016, the BF1 series is equipped with an anti-glare screen for clear visibility in all conditions, and a number of wired connections, including DIGITAL LINK, which allows the delivery of media from PC, Blu-ray players and document cameras.
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