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The Hitachi Starboard FX-77GII is a 77" digital whiteboard designed to deliver the most seamless interactive experience in the industry. Gone are the days of pen-driven or stylus and finger controlled technology with an obtrusive overlaying surface. The FX-77GII looks and feels like a classic whiteboard!
The presenter annotates directly on the StarBoard and employs the 12 customizable function buttons to navigate websites, generate lessons, screen tutorials and access other educational resources.
The FX-77GII includes StarBoard software, an electronic pen and a wall attachment rail.
Works with USB bus power. AC adaptor not necessary
All electronics are in removable and repairable sensor
Electronic-free surface for durability
Low-glare surface to minimize projector reflection
PC Requirements: CPU: Intel Pentium 4 1.8GHz or higher RAM: 1 GB or more is recommended HDD: 300 MB of free space Display Color Depth: 16 bit or more Software Required: I.E. 6.0 or higher / DirectX 9.0c / MS Office 2000 or higher, Windows Media Player 9.0 or higher, Adobe Acrobat 5.05 or higher for importing documents Hardware Required: CD-ROM OS: Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista, latest service pack must be applied (Tablet PC, 64bit, and Server Edition are currently not supported) Other: Video card w/ hardware overlay for video function Mac Requirements: CPU: Intel processor RAM: 1 GB or more is recommended HDD: 300 MB of free space Display Color Depth: 16 bit or more Software Required: MS Office 2004 or higher for importing documents / Quick Time 7.1 or higher Hardware Required: CD-ROM OS: Mac OS X 10.4, 10.5, latest service pack must be applied (Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard is currently not supported) Other: Built-in display or display connected to Apple supplied video card supported by your Mac