|Type:||Educational Tools and Softwares, Presentation Tablet||Model:||Classpad|
Break free from the front of the classroom with the RM Classpad. Create and deliver engaging lessons with all the interactivity of a whiteboard. The RM Classpad gives you the mobility you want, allowing you to move around the classroom and engage with your students. The stylus features a built-in laser pointer to help students follow the lesson. Use it as a wireless mouse to operate RM Easiteach, and other programs including Microsoft® PowerPoint®, Microsoft® Word®, and your Internet browser.
Maximize your technology investment with RM Easiteach 3.4, included with every RM Classpad, this powerful and flexible lesson platform allows you to create resources that incorporate text, clipart, animations, videos, flash files, sound, hyperlinks, databases and spreadsheets. Included in the starter pack, you receive the standard Easiteach toolbar to be used across the curriculum, allowing to you to manipulate objects in use and edit mode.
Wireless USB features:
Wireless USB functional description:
The CYWUSB6932/CYWUSB6934 Integrated Circuits (ICs) are highly integrated 2.4-GHz Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) Radio Systemon- Chip (SoC) ICs. From the Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) to the antenna, these ICs are singlechip 2.4-GHz DSSS Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying (GFSK) baseband modems that connect directly to a microcontroller via simple serial interface.
The CYWUSB6932 transmit-only IC and the CYWUSB6934 transceiver IC are available in small footprint 48-pin QFN package.
Wiresless USB 2.5 Ghz Radio
The receiver and transmitter are a single-conversion low-intermediate Frequency (low-IF) architecture with fully integrated IF channel matched filters to achieve high performance in the presence of interference. An integrated Power Amplifier (PA) provides an output power control range of 30 dB in seven steps.
Easiteach is a software program developed by RM. RM provides interactive software and services to schools worldwide. This software is primarily used in combination with interactive whiteboards.
Easiteach is designed to support education by engaging students and bringing lessons alive. It’s useful in any educational setting. One of the popular boards is the RM Interactive Whiteboard Classpad. Software packages mostly work with specific whiteboards, but the Easiteach works with all whiteboard brands.
RM has earned four awards for its dynamic products and remains popular because of its improved efficiency. RM Easiteach is the best and most innovative software in educational computing. It is the best teaching tool ever and has transformed teaching.
Interactive panels make presentation or teaching more interactive. These are effectively used in classrooms and business meetings. Interactive panels are available in high resolution and different sizes.
When connected to a computer and a projector, an interactive panel allows you to face the audience and still control, edit and annotate applications using a wireless pen. You can share files, 3D objects, CAD-CAM drawings and blueprints. A cordless or wireless pen can also be used.
Hitachi, Numonics, Plus, PolyVision, QOMO and Wacom specialize in interactive panels. Popular interactive panels are Hitachi’s T-17SXL and T-19WX, Numonic’s IntelliMonitor 19" LCD Panel, Plus’s UPIC Wireless Interactive Panel, Polyvision’s Walk-and-Talk IP-17, and Qomo’s QIT-300.
"Pretty good experience with this company -- they steered us toward lower cost options and bang for our buck. Some miscommunication about what product we wanted, but it got sorted out. One thing to keep in mind is that the cost of the install for our electronic whiteboards is about 1/5 of the cost of the whiteboard itself."
"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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