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    BETT 2014: What one thing has impressed you...

    For those of use who can't get there please give us the ONE thing that has impressed you. Please say why and give a flavour of the offering so we can use our favourite search engine to find out more.

    We can feel just a little more involved.

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    @Danp http://vmarker.org £99 IWB (Bett special price)
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    Also for those of us going tomorrow and Saturday as well. Would be really good to know what really stood out and impressed, especially in some of the smaller stands where it's easy to overlook stuff.

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    The £99 IWB looked too good to be true, might have to order one just to test it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danp View Post
    The £99 IWB looked too good to be true, might have to order one just to test it!
    Just a little more detail please... £99 IWB proves a challenge for Google and Duckduckgo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeekyPete View Post
    Just a little more detail please... £99 IWB proves a challenge for Google and Duckduckgo.
    http://vmarker.org

    £99 was a Bett special price mind

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    A IWB for £99!!!
    What stands that on, coming down tomorrow and for that kind of money might get one for testing

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    Quote Originally Posted by rf600 View Post
    A IWB for £99!!!
    What stands that on, coming down tomorrow and for that kind of money might get one for testing
    I have binned my plan from yesterday so looking at the PDF that is linked on the other post on here I would guess the stand is F390 as that is not labelled. If it's not then they are around that area of the show.

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    Looks interesting never saw that.

    Classflow from Promethean looks interesting.

    Ben

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    Would this work with a 56in TV screen?

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    I found ClassFlow very interesting too, me and my colleague had a play around with it when I got back to work today

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    I did see a Dell ultra mobile projector today - really tiny. Pretty good image quality at about 40-45" diagonal. No idea what its like in a bright room but still better than expected.

    The learnpads were good - really moved on in tech and Learnpad for iPad too, that was a surprise.

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    I liked the look of Magellan from CSE News - Magellan from CSE at Bett 2014

    Its a portal that gives you access to remoteapps via html so that it works across a variety of devices.

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    Was impressed with the Learnpads - really look manageable and customisable. Just what I need to head off the ipad begging...

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    Quote Originally Posted by witch View Post
    Was impressed with the Learnpads - really look manageable and customisable. Just what I need to head off the ipad begging...
    The Learnpad for iPad looked really good - might be a good compromise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witch View Post
    Was impressed with the Learnpads - really look manageable and customisable. Just what I need to head off the ipad begging...
    We've got a few for nursery and I've not had to run about fixing them.

    I'll let you know how long a set of 30 take to get ready if you're interested. We've got a new set coming soon. [Text message at 8:15pm yesterday... "forgot to mention, I bought 30 learnpads"]

    Quote Originally Posted by InspireICT View Post
    The Learnpad for iPad looked really good - might be a good compromise.
    Only if you have a proper reason for choosing the more expensive device.
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