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|Brands:||Webster||Diagonal Size:||77.8 Inches|
|Input Method:||Fingers, Stylus||Mount:||Floor, Wall|
|Surface Type:||Low Glare||Type:||Interactive Whiteboards|
|Model:||TS 620||MPN:||TS 620|
PolyVision TS 620 Interactive Whiteboard is now Steelcase PolyVision TS 620 Interactive Whiteboard
Simple. Effective. Extraordinary. The way communication should be.
The Steelcase PolyVision TS 620 Interactive Whiteboard is your equipment for the 21st century classroom. It comes with tools that inspire teaching and learning. You can capture the data from the board, save it on a digital media and print it from the digital media. It can run web browsers, Microsoft Office, The Geometer's Sketchpad, and Inspiration. Use the touch-sensitive surface to open web pages, highlight lessons, and interact with graphics software using the stylus. The Steelcase PolyVision TS 620 gives you the power to energize your classrooms and transform learning to a new level.
|**Requires computer and projector to operate.|
A little interactive help
People understand and remember things better when they can hear, see and interact. Transform presentations and working sessions into creative opportunities to inspire imaginations.
We know that when you’re on - whether leading a classroom full of rambunctious students or a conference session full of fellow experts - you need to get straight to the point, without stressful distractions.
|Keep Your Audience Focused|
Dramatically improve group interactivity by allowing participants to listen and engage. PolyVision's TS series digitally captures any notes written or projected onto the board, so your audience can focus on the session content rather than concentrating on taking notes.
|Maintain Message Consistency|
There is little room for miscommunication when all session participants have the same notes; simply save your work to a computer for later distribution. Notes can be provided in your choice of format: via e-mail, Internet, intranet, or printed copies.
|Enjoy your Free Time|
Projection-oriented users prefer a digital presentation format to a written format; often spending a lot of time creating an interactive experience for the audience. The TS series helps to eliminate the time crunch by capturing notes and annotations on projected images, so it's easy to review the notes made during previous sessions and digitally update presentations accordingly - an ideal solution for educators who specialize in one subject area.
Paula J. Reber - Linntown Principal Lewisburg Area School District Lewisburg, PA
"After just a few days of using ēno, I am amazed at how motivated and comfortable the students are doing coordinate graphing on the board. The teacher also commented how teaching decimals was so much easier this year using the board with RM Easiteach software."
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PolyVision Steelcase started in 1954 manufacturing chalkboards, static whiteboards and the best writing surfaces. Today it manufactures the world’s best interactive whiteboards. It integrates the best tools with innovative technologies and environmental responsibility with the aim to present definitive learning and teaching solutions of modern era.
PolyVision flagship products include the ēno mini slate and ēno classic. ēno click, ēno one, Touch Sensitive TS 620 USB Interactive Whiteboard, ēno Classic 2610 Interactive Whiteboard and Walk-and-Talk IP-17 Interactive Panel are among its popular products. Other products include image capturing system, photo software, educational software, whiteboard photo software, student response systems and accessories.
PolyVision is determined to move all products, processes, operations and policies towards the path of development and sustainability. It has earned certifications for being environment friendly. PolyVision looks into the future with a new age of quality, innovation and growth. The main aim is to serve the customers in a better way by transforming the company into an innovation machine fueled by consumer insight and differentiated by superior marketing of consumer-preferred solutions.
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.
|Active Area & Dimensions|
|A (H X W)||47.7" x 67.0" - (1210mm x 1700mm)|
|B (H X W)||43.0" x 65.0" - (1090mm x 1650mm)|
|C (Diagonal)||77.8" (1976mm)|
|D (Depth)||3.0" (76.2mm)|
|Resolution||8000 x 8000|
|Weight||55 lb (24.97 kg)|
|RoHS (Reduction of Hazardous Substances)||Yes|
|Surface material||Touch-sensitive, low-glare, stain-resistant, and projection-optimized Teflon surface|
|Power Requirements||USB powered|
|Certification||CE, FCC Class A, RoHS|
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"Alex, we will be starting school in a few weeks. I am looking forward to using the smart board. I am still searching for software for Orton Gillingham for the the smart board. Let me know if you have any contacts.Paula"
"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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