Replacement: Interactive Displays
An interactive display takes the concept of whiteboard and easels and puts it in the digital world where it belongs. Instead of markers you can draw on the display with your fingers or a facsimile pen. You can input content and files in order to annotate them to your desire. When finished, you can save the files and send them via email to anyone that you wish.
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