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Inside Sharp’s New AQUOS BOARD Interactive Display

Gary Bailer, Director of Product Planning at Sharp Electronics, takes you on a walkthrough of the brand new AQUOS BOARD Interactive Display Systems, pointing out the new features of the series.

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The new AQUOS BOARD Interactive Display is promised to be even better than the previous generation, which was “rated the #1 selling brand in the United States for interactive touch displays through B2B sales channels,” according to Gary Bailer, Director of Product Planning at Sharp Electronics.

The new series is the result of over a year and a half of market research, and an overarching aim to address the pain points of both the customer and the integrator in corporate and education markets across the country.

“Everyone is trying to do more with less,” explains Bailer. The ultimate goal is to enable simple collaboration without excessive training and other strains put on an organization, such as a school or corporate business. “We want to make [the new board] as intuitive as possible.”

The board is a collaboration device on which you can present, share, write, draw, and send content to other devices or networks. The new AQUOS BOARD boasts easy operation and a ton of new features, such as an anti-glare, fingerprint-proof, and scratch-resistant screen. It also incorporates a handwriting-to-text feature, up to four multi-touch points, and the ability to view content across a multitude of devices — it is prepared for BYOD.

In the video below, from Sharp distributor Almo Pro AV, learn more about the new AQUOS BOARD. Gary Bailer walks you through the interactive display, software, and features of the new board, and provides a few tips on how to use the systems with ease. You will also hear details about reliability and warranty, for integrators thinking about using the board for their next install.

Learn more about interactive touchscreen displays here.

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