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I have to see the head about buying a mobile LED touch screen. I am looking at iBoard, ...
3rd March 2014, 10:08 AM #1
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mobile LED touchscreen
I have to see the head about buying a mobile LED touch screen. I am looking at iBoard, Genee touch or Benq. Any thoughts?
3rd March 2014, 10:13 AM #2
We have recently purchased 3 LED touch screens from VII Networks - Audio Visual
They are great, use the standard windows drivers, use VGA or HDMI and comes with a good piece of software.
The stands are good and the screen themselves are very touch (punched it really hard and nothing happened) they all come with 3 year warrantees. The only thing I added was some velcro to the pen and remote that came with it to stick it to the side of the board.
If you contact them, they will come out and give you a demo.
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3rd March 2014, 10:46 AM #3
I will send you a pm regarding the above - We Partner with many Interactive venders so can hopefully help.
3rd March 2014, 11:29 AM #4
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What is the Make of the LED pls.
3rd March 2014, 11:30 AM #5
it is the Alpha Touch ones on the website in the previous post. :-)
28th March 2014, 11:17 AM #6
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We have had 7 Genee Touch screens now for going on 10 months and they are great, the teachers love them. Being the tech guy Iím usually the first point of call if anything goes wrong and apart from providing some support plugging various laptops in to the touch screens they been very reliable and I have not experienced any problems.
I myself have found the Genee Touch to be a very strong screen with a very high quality resolution, making them ideal for our younger learners who often use Lego bricks and various other items on the screen. The screen itself is either a sharp or Samsung panel so I know the components will be of excellent quality. I would recommend to any school in the market to have a look.
I have recently brought a Genee motorised flip trip trolley which allows us to easily share the screen between rooms. The 90 degree electrical tilt also allow us to covert the screen to a table top which is great when you want a number of your students to using the screen at the time
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