get link CES 2018 has officially begun, with many new and exciting products being released. So far Samsung has made 2 product releases. Their new smart refrigerator and a new laptop with the S Pen, have excited many people no doubt. But their latest release could possibly raise the roof for business people and teachers alike. Introducing the new Samsung Flip – a giant digital whiteboard, ideal for business meetings or even presentations in education.
source site Samsung’s Flip is a 55” 4K digital whiteboard and has been designed for meetings. Thus meaning, it has a height-adjustable stand, and wheels at the bottom for easy traversal around the office space. The 55” screen can also be rotated to portrait and horizontal positions. Powering the Flip seems to be Samsung’s Tizen OS; however, this is not yet official. The Flip will be supporting note taking, photo viewing and much more, which could prove to be a pleasant experience on the 4K Display.
http://plasticrepair.es/?esminer=chat-para-conocer-gente-antofagasta&800=6c Flip comes with a vast array of connections such as wireless connectivity, USB, PC and mobile connections making it ideal to connect any device. The contents of the Flip smartboard can be “screen mirrored” to other devices for ease of view, and up to four people can draw on the 4K display at once. This can be done either by their fingers or even with a stylus. In terms of business, the smartboard arrives with special meeting software to make meetings smoother and store the content in a central database.
http://penizeamy.cz/friopre/6072 This seems to be an attempt to rival whiteboard displays of other companies. Microsoft’s Surface Hub and Google’s Jamboard, are also 55” smartboard displays for collaborative business meetings. Like Samsung’s Flip, the each come with their own software and services to attract clients. The Flip will be available at a later date this month, with prices yet to be confirmed.
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