|Warranty:||1 year Limited Warranty|
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|Type:||Bluetooth and USB Tablets||Model:||QIT-30|
QOMO's revolutionary 2.4G wireless solution uses RF technology to allow you to connect with more people for greater interaction! Its sleek, modern design allows you to draw, annotate, edit images and manipulate computer applications without being tethered to a desk or computer. It's a wireless solution that enhances creativity and introduces participants to a new dynamic presentation. Using a single computer a presenter can connect up to 30 wireless tablets at one time to annotate over existing documents and pictures. Because of QOMO's interactive Flow! software, now you and your participants can annotate over captured video files as well as live motion video!
QOMO started in 1990 and is a subsidiary of QOMO HiteVision. QOMO HiteVision owns more than 26 subsidiary companies and partners with hundreds of dealers and integrators worldwide. Itís a visionary, innovative and energetic manufacturer whose aim is to provide effective and efficient presentation technology.
QOMOís products include interactive whiteboards, interactive panels, document camera, audience response and digital signage software. The QD8000 full size document camera, QPC30 portable document camera and QRF900 audience response system are popular due to their improved image quality and affordable prices.
QOMO has won various awards and has been selected as the exclusive distributor of Hitachi and Mitsubishi products for various territories. The companyís main goal is to serve the customers in a better way by transforming the company into an innovation machine fueled by consumer insight. QOMO has a long and growing list of achievements and has proved itself in being committed to innovation, leadership and customer satisfaction.
Interactive tablets are small boards that interact with interactive whiteboards. They have a certain range from which they can be operated from. Interactive tablets are particularly used in classrooms and business meetings.
Interactive tablets allow you to move about the room while using the pen on the tablet to run any computer application. It functions like a desktop mouse, but can perform other operations with the pen input device such as annotation. Wacom, eBeam, Hitachi, Mimio and QOMO specialize in manufacturing interactive tablets.
Popular interactive tablets are Wacomís Bamboo Pen Only Tablet, Bamboo Touch Only Tablet, Bamboo Pen and Touch Small Tablet, eBeamís Inscribe 200e Wireless Tablet, Hitachiís WT-1 Interactive Wireless Tablet, Mimioís Pad Wireless Tablet, and QOMOís QIT-30 Interactive Tablet.
|Pen Pressure||1024 Levels|
|Macro Key||16 (Top of Active Area)|
|LCD Type||TN LCD|
|LCD Icon Content||Battery Status 4 levels: charged, connection mode, power status and channel indicator|
|Pairing||Multiple Pairing (1-30 or more)|
|Battery Type||Nokia BL5C Li-ion Rechargeable Battery|
|Battery Capacity||850 Ma|
|Battery Life||25 Hours|
|Power Source||USB Charged/USB Plus Adaptor Charged|
|Pen Require||M3A-020 5V|
|Power Button||Electrical Power Button|
|Power Consumption||Max 50 Ma (Operation Mode)|
|Receiver Dongle||Slim Type (stores directly in tablet)|
|Operating System||Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/VISTA, Mac OX 10.2.8 above|
|Active Area||7.8" x 5.9" (19.9cm x 15.0cm)|
|Size||10.9" x 11.1" x 0.8" (27.8cm x 28.2cm x 2cm)|
|Weight (including Battery)||1.22lbs (612g)|
"My experience in ordering an electronic whiteboard from Clary Business Machines was super easy. I did some research online and decided Clary had the Panaboard that we needed. I placed the order online a week and a half ago and the board was delivered today. I hope the guys around here can figure out how to install it!!"
"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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