The elite Panaboard is an advanced educational tool that lets you grab students' attention. It makes it easy to create effective, eye-catching teaching materials and it promotes a style of active, visual-based teaching and learning that makes the classroom fun for both teacher and students. By connecting a PC with Internet access and a projector, you can bring the huge amount of information available on the Web or any information on your PC right into your classroom. Panasonic and the elite Panaboard open the door to a new kind of active, visual-based learning.
The elite Panaboard's built-in stereo speakers offer the versatility to share audio with your class. Videos with sound and the use of sound effects help to attract the students' attention and make your lessons more effective.
With the optional wireless kit, there is no need for a cable to connect the computer and the board. This also allows more flexible classroom layouts.
Elite Panaboard Book
Panaboard Drawing Tool
Panasonic started in 1918 by manufacturing light fixtures. Today it has become a global leader in consumer electronics. Panasonic comprises of 14 business domain companies. Each company has its own distinct R&D, production and sales divisions that respond to its own business segment such as digital AV, industrial solutions, home appliances and other electronic and consumer products.
Panasonic offers net-workable office solutions, communications solutions, laptop computers, security systems, components and complete in-flight entertainment/information systems, personal care products and home appliances. Its popular products include VIERA High Definition Plasma, LCD TVs, LUMIX Digital Cameras.
Panasonic is committed to protect the environment by pursuing advanced environmental strategies. The company’s philosophy is to promote corporate social responsibility by reviewing their economic, social and environmental activities from a global perspective to enhance accountability and improve corporate values. Its mission is to contribute to the progress and development of society and the well-being of people around the globe.
An interactive whiteboard is an interactive board that connects to a computer and a projector. The projector projects the computer’s desktop on the board’s surface and you can interact and control the computer using a finger, pen or other device. Interactive whiteboards are used in conference rooms, classrooms work groups, training rooms, broadcasting studios and wherever the need arises.
Boxlight, eBeam, Hitachi, Mimio, NEC, Numonics, Panasonic, PolyVision, QOMO, Quartet and Teamboard specialize in interactive whiteboards. Popular interactive whiteboards are 3M’s DB578, Hitachi’s FX-TRIO-88, Mimio’s 78" diagonal and 88" diagonal, NEC’s IW77, Numonic’s Intelliboard Interactive Whiteboard 77", Panasonic’s UB-T780 and UB-T761, Polyvision’s Touch Sensitive TS 620 and TSL 610, QOMO’s QWB56 and QWB200EM, Quartet’s Q8000, and Teamboard’s TMWM6250CL.
Anti-glare coated metal plate
External Dimensions (H x W x D)
52.8” x 74.8” x 3.50”
Screen Board Size
46” H x 59” W
Effective Area (H x W)
37.7” H x 72” W
USB 2.0 (B-Type Connector) x 1
Ultrasonic receiver & infrared rays sensor
AC 100-240 V, 50/60 Hz
0.4 A (Standby/Operational)
309 mVrms (1 KHz, 0 dB, 10 k )
CLOTH-EDGE CONE TYPE Speaker (90 x 50 mm)
IBM® PC/AT or compatible machine with a CD-ROM drive
Intel® Pentium® 4 processor or Higher
At least 400 MB free space (except space for saving data files)
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"This is used by a group of Business Analysts currently designing a new workflow solution for our firm (major project). Since we use process maps as our basic work tool, this board was exactly what was needed to create and maintain our maps from design sessions. We determined that 80% of the normal whiteboard work had to be repeated a some later date. Now we simply pull up the clearly dated map copy for comparative work purposes, I calculated that it would take only 35 saved hours for the board to pay for itself. After a week of heavy use, it looks as though we will save around 12 hours per week by circulating copied maps. This will improve communication (same map and notes for all), improve meeting attention (no note taking), and reduce backfill reviews. Now the only problem we have is that other areas of our IT Department want to use it. Chuck Haag Vice President Process Development Unit national Default Exchange"
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