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    Quote Originally Posted by imiddleton25 View Post
    well you think 12 is expensive try the ones we needed to replace for Hitachi Cambridge boards Hitachi Cambridge Board Projection Pen (STARPROJ) - dabs.com 105 with discount
    And still using triple A batteries?

    Seriously?

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    That is a rip-off as I think the RM Classboards are very similar to Hitachi and use the same pens (they certainly look the same). RM will also sell you a pair of the new pens which have an integrated rechargeable battery for 70. Believe it or not that's actually a bargain considering two standard pens will set you back 85.
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    I'd expect nothing less from RM really, they're very good at being way behind in the times. I would have thought they'd all be using shared power from the board like the ACTIVBoards and Wacom Tablets too by now though. =P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    And still using triple A batteries?

    Seriously?
    200 working hours life expectancy. I wish! We had a couple of these in the school and we got through AAA batteries like they were candy (now replaced with Smartboards).

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