International technology provider Prowise has launched a 4K Ultra HD interactive whiteboard aimed at both business and education.
The ProLine+ touchscreen allows the user to write perfectly even when leaning on the screen due to advanced hand-palm rejection technology and the accompanying ProWrite Ink pen, which has a 1.5mm fine tip.
Award-winning Prowise is based in Budel, Netherlands, and opened an independent UK office in MediaCityUK, Salford, in January.
The touchscreen is also kitted out with operating system Prowise Central.
“The launch of the ProLine+ has come at a perfect time for us as we target our customers directly in the UK for the first time. It’s such an exciting and innovative product,” said Prowise UK MD Matt Daly.
“Prowise technology is about providing an all-round technology solution, from free demonstrations to after care IT support, we are with our customers for the whole journey to assure they get the most from their hardware and software.
“This screen is no exception to the rule, it has everything a teacher needs in one durable, interactive and innovative place.”
Apps that come with the screen include: ProNote, for writing over webpages and images; Reflect, to manage personal devices on screen; and Presenter, to create and present engaging presentations.
Other features like anti-glare technology on the Ultra HD screen means users can see images perfectly from any spot in the room, and a built-in soundbar enhances any viewing experiences.
“This model is a prime example of the latest generation of touchscreens, and also includes a modular design and the intuitive ProWrite Ink technology,” said Prowise director Michael Ahrens.
“We compete with high-end models like Microsoft’s Surface Hub or Jamboard. We see that in both education and business environments, the requests for touchscreens that improve collaboration and interaction are increasing.
“Therefore, it is important when developing our touchscreens, we focus on creating a standalone device, not a TV screen or digital whiteboard.
“This was the starting point of the development for the ProLine+.”