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Can any one help please? I need some documentation that refers to the usage of Smart/Promethean software on a ...
18th January 2012, 02:20 PM #1
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Using Smart/Promethean software on 3rd party hardware
Can any one help please? I need some documentation that refers to the usage of Smart/Promethean software on a 3rd party IWB ... I know I have seen this somewhere but cant for the life of me find it!!
I know that the software can be used with a 3rd party IWB but need some legal definition if possible.
Thanks in advance.
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18th January 2012, 02:27 PM #2
This is from Smart tech's web site.
So that's a no unless you purchase their license.
Can I use SMART Notebook software on another brand of interactive whiteboard, touch-enabled or pen-enabled screen digitizing product?
SMART Notebook software is intended for use with SMART products. In certain circumstances, purchase of the SMART Notebook Standalone Software License allows you to use SMART software on a competitorís product. Competitorsí products include tablet PCs and any pen-enabled or touch-enabled devices, such as competitorsí interactive whiteboards and touch display screens. Schools can apply for the SMART Notebook Standalone Software License through SMARTís Technology Upgrade Program for Education, which enables schools and districts to standardize on SMART products.
To use this license, you must provide SMART with the serial number of your third-party product to create a license key to activate the standalone license. You need one license for each third-party product you use SMART software on. To apply for the program, contact a SMART authorized reseller [Sections 2.2(d) and (e)].
SupportLink - SMART Notebook Software End User License Agreement - Answers to Common Questions
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