We don’t believe that there’s one best way of [collaborating],” explains Gary Bailer, director of product planning for Sharp Pro AV. “We believe that you, as a customer, need to collaborate your way. [You need to do] what’s best for your customers, what’s best for your individual needs.”
Bailer says this is why Sharp offers agnostic solutions, that can be integrated with several other devices and retrofitted into existing environments.
At the show, Sharp showed its updated AQUOS BOARD premium line, complete with edge-to-edge glass, 10 points of multitouch and 920 by 1080p resolution. The new board is also ready for BYOD and integration with Android or iOS devices. Sharp also spoke of its partnerships, like Google Classroom for education.
Learn more from Sharp with our virtual tour of the InfoComm booth: