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QOMO HiteVision QWB200EMDP 78" (1981.2mm) Electromagnetic Interactive Whiteboard

QOMO HiteVision QWB200EMDP 78" (1981.2mm) Electromagnetic Interactive Whiteboard

QOMO HiteVision QWB200EMDP 78" (1981.2mm) Electromagnetic Interactive Whiteboard

B&H # QO200EDWF78 MFR # QWB200EMDP-WIRELESSFW 78"
QOMO HiteVision QWB200EMDP 78" (1981.2mm) Electromagnetic Interactive Whiteboard

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Product Highlights

  • Includes RF Wireless Technology
  • Available with Dual Pen Technology
  • Flow!Works Whiteboarding Software
  • North American RM Easiteach Software
  • Pen Produces Mouse Button Clicks
  • Durable Surface Withstands Wear & Tear
  • Superb Projection Surface Reduces Glare
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The QWB200EMDP 78" (1981.2mm) Electromagnetic Interactive Whiteboard from QOMO includes RF wireless technology so you can put your board in more places without any restrictions. It is changing the way many educators approach their curriculum and classes. With the supplied pen, the teacher can write freely on the QWB200EMDP 78" (1981.2mm) Electromagnetic Interactive Whiteboard. The pen can also perform left and right mouse clicks and pen strokes.

Not only does QOMO provide you with Flow!Works software and RM Easiteach, customers also have the freedom of choice to bundle countless, specialized software packages with their boards. QOMO believes in meeting your curriculum content needs, whatever they may be, and has taken the initiative to partner with several software creators to give you more options.

Includes RF wireless technology for more teaching possibilities
Available dual pen technology for greater flexibility
Flow!Works, the company's whiteboarding software, allows you to annotate over any running applications and save all of your work
RM Easiteach will enable you to meet your curriculum content needs
Software bundling options for everything from Special Ed to Middle School Math
Electromagnetic pen is used to operate the board using only one AAA battery and can produce left and mouse button clicks
Digital electromagnetic technology allows for precise and accurate mouse clicks and pen strokes
Durable surface is built to withstand wear and tear exceptionally well
Superb projection surface that gives an optimal view from various angles and reduces glare
Packaged with wall mounting brackets and optional mobile stand for installation
No external power necessary as the USB cable is included
Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, Mac OS Snow Leopard, and Linux. Only select versions of Mac and Linux are supported
In the Box
QOMO HiteVision QWB200EMDP 78" (1981.2mm) Electromagnetic Interactive Whiteboard
  • 3 x Interactive Pens (Red, Black, Blue)
  • Wand
  • Eraser
  • Pen Tray
  • USB Cable (Type A - Type A)
  • Wall Mount Kit
  • 2 Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    Diagonal Size 78" (1981.2mm)
    Construction Brushed Aluminum
    Surface Anti-Glare/Dry erase porcelain steel (Optional QWB200-PS)
    Technology Infrared
    Input Pen, Wand or Finger
    Resolution 4096 x 4096
    Response Time First Touch: 25ms, Continuous: 8ms
    Cursor Speed: 3048mm/s
    Power Consumption < 0.4W
    Aspect Ratio 4:3
    Connection USB
    Operating System Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/*Mac/*Linux
    *Mac and Linux support for select OS versions
    Humidity 20-90%
    Storage Humidity: 10-95%
    Operating Temperature 5°-122°F (-15-50°C)
    Storage Temperature: -40-122°F (-40-50°C)
    Dimensions Projection Area Size: 75" (1905mm)
    59.8 x 44.8" (1520 x 1139mm)
    Sensitive Area Size: 80" (2032mm)
    65.1 x 45.6" (1653 x 1159mm)
    Overall: 71.8 x 51.2 x 1.5" (1824 x 1301 x 38mm)
    Weight 57.3 lb (26kg)
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